Media Coverage

Scientific American

Three years into a brain cancer diagnosis that has an average survival rate of 18 months, Michael Bischoff continues to heal. But with little control over the outcome of glioblastoma multiforme, the same cancer U.S. Sen. John McCain is fighting, Michael’s main focus is on finding wholeness in each moment. Simply put: He has chosen to heal.

February 21, 2018

Alexandria Gazette

Whether you walk, run, swim, dance, lifelong Alexandrian Mike Hart would encourage you to keep your body in motion — even in the midst of illness. After all, he should know. More than five years ago, Hart was struck by an autoimmune disorder that could have ended his active life.

February 19, 2018

Catholic Herald

When Teddy Schwab talks about the accident, he doesn’t mention pain or fear, or the weeks it took him to learn how to walk and talk and write again. The cheerful sixth-grader talks about the other children who were in the hospital with him, the ones who lived, and the souls he and his family still pray for. He talks about the basketball championship game he watched with his family as he slowly regained his strength. He talks with gratefulness about finally getting to sleep in his own bed.

January 31, 2018

Minnesota Business Magazine

When you hear the words “social network,” platforms like Instagram and Facebook may come to mind. But a social network that predates them all is right here in the Twin Cities: CaringBridge, a platform focused on health journeys.

January 19, 2018

Chaska Herald

Telford Sturgis was barely a year old when he was diagnosed with a form of leukemia. The now 3-year-old child has spent much of his life in hospitals, undergoing various rigorous treatments. So when his mother, Molly Sturgis, saw him smile on Christmas Day while opening presents with his father, Eric Sturgis, and sister, Evelyn, she was happy.

January 18, 2018

Gaston Gazette

Cramerton resident Nicole Wills was recently featured in the How We Heal national campaign. The campaign was started by CaringBridge, a website created to help people stay up to date on a loved one’s health journey. How We Heal was first created to mark CaringBridge’s 20th anniversary in 2017.

January 5, 2018

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