Casting for Recovery: Breast cancer survivors fly fish as therapy
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Gail Campbell, of Eugene, left, helps Katherine McCartney, of Forest Grove, with her fly casting during the Casting for Recovery retreat Sunday at Black Butte Ranch. The weekend-long retreat focused on fly fishing is for survivors of breast cancer.
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Why does Bend, one of the nation?s fittest cities, ?have the 5th-highest rate of bariatric surgery?
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Harold Stenseth has lost more than 150 pounds after having bariatric surgery.
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St. Charles: Ready for Ebola ? ? and dealing with the virus that?s already ?hit here
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Ken Quiner, emergency management coordinator, left, helps Rebecca Sherer, medical director of infection prevention and control, both of St. Charles Health System, put on a smock Thursday that?s part of the personal protective equipment used to prevent the spread of diseases at St. Charles Bend. Providers at the hospital system would use the gear if they treat an Ebola patient.
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New partners in palliative care
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Dr. Jennifer Blechman, right, and Linda Conrad, a medical social worker, both of Partners in Care, discuss a patient last week. Blechman leads the nonprofits new palliative care program.
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New county clinic opens Thursday in Sisters
Joe Kline / The Bulletin The new school-based health clinic adjacent to Sisters High School is scheduled to open Thursday.
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State?s insured are the 95 percent
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Group: Reviews to reap $24M in savings
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Medicare tightens coverage of speech-generating devices
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Glenn Asbury uses his speech generating device, which is also connected to the Internet, in his home in Bend. Asbury has ALS and new Medicare rules could have an impact on funding for devices like his.