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In this issue, "YouthCare Gala raises nearly $800,000," "A grateful family thanks MGH Transplant Center staff," "Career Information Day at MGH," "Three MGH nurses named regional Nursing Spectrum finalists," and more.

Stories in the 04/15/2011 Issue of Hotline

A grateful family thanks MGH Transplant Center staff

MGH Hotline 4.15.11 When 35-year-old Eric Walker was diagnosed with kidney failure in 2006, the life of the once energetic husband and father of three young children changed completely.

Career Information Day at MGH

MGH Hotline 4.15.11 Tiesha Cabral, a patient service coordinator in the Cancer Center, listened with interest as Sandra Woodworth, RT(R)(CT), a clinical instructor for MGH Imaging, described the day-to-day life of a radiologic technologist.

Maternal health around the world

MGH Hotline 4.11.15 She is best known as an American supermodel for brands such as Calvin Klein, Chanel and Maybelline Cosmetics. But Christy Turlington recently established a different reputation for herself: maternal health advocate for women around the world.

Three MGH nurses named Nursing Spectrum regional award finalists

MGH Hotline 4.15.11 Three MGH nurses have been selected New England regional finalists for this year's Nursing Spectrum Nursing Excellence Awards.

YouthCare Gala raises nearly $800,000

MGH Hotline 4.15.11 One of the symptoms of autism spectrum disorders -- which affect up to 1.5 million Americans -- is discomfort with or disinterest in social interaction.

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