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  • Emmy Award-Winning Docuseries

    We are proud to announce our Medical Stories docuseries has been nominated for 4 more Emmys this year, now with a total of 8 nominations and 1 win!

    Most importantly, our thoughts and prayers are always with these brave individuals and their families who allowed us to share their personal stories of great courage and inspiration. And their incredible doctors and institutions to help educate and empower others.

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  • Sandra’s Story

    Explores the little known disease called Hidradenitis Suppurativa, or HS, which causes an estimated 1% of Americans to suffer from large and extremely painful boils that break out on their bodies and are so excruciating – both physically and mentally – that people with HS are twice as likely to commit suicide.

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  • Dylan’s Story

    A compelling story of a young graphic artist named Dylan Duncan who is dealing with a rare and fatal genetic disease called Hereditary Amyloidosis, a disease that he watched kill his mother and aunt when he was a teenager.

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  • Bob’s Story

    Bob Rawlins is a nonsmoker who lived an active and normal life without any type of breathing issues or illnesses, – that is until he came down with a devastating pulmonary condition seemingly out of the blue under a category called Interstitial Lung Disease. Bob suddenly and without any recognizable cause is having to live with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.

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  • Lisa’s Story

    When she was 12, Lisa started suffering from mysterious swelling. Sometimes in her abdomen, often her hands or feet. A life-threatening medical crisis finally led to the diagnosis of a rare disease called: hereditary angioedema, or HAE.

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  • Justin’s Story

    Justin is among 32 million Americans who suffer from food allergies. Just a single bite of the wrong food can cause him to have a reaction severe enough to be life-threatening. Today, the Tufts University graduate is pursuing a medical career, largely because of his experiences as a patient.

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