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Arizona Budget 2012: How It Affects You

The state budget goes into effect July 1 with plenty of local impacts.

One Woman's Cancer Journey

Kelli Guinn is battling her breast cancer with the help of a unique, holistic treatment program

Supportive Care

At the Arizona Cancer Center, doctors and patients are exploring the psychological and social aspects of healing.

Picking Apart Arizona's Planned Parenthood

State's President and CEO discusses the facts and fictions surrounding the organization's services in the state

Tucson-Based Toy Company Makes Toys for Special Needs Children

PlayAbility Toys differs from mainstream toy companies, which try to sell to the masses.

Drug Violence Strains Blood Supply at Mexican Hospitals

Learn how one blood center in the northern city of Chihuahua is trying to reform Mexico's dysfunctional blood donation system.

A Community Forum on Mental Illness

Can the citizens of Tucson find a better way to both protect the public and provide help for persons suffering from severe mental illness?

Banking Blood for Babies At Risk

Research efforts turn to the stem cells contained in cord blood to help newborns at risk of neurological disorders

Helping a Loved One Face the End of Life

In St. Louis, Missouri, a hospice program called Lumina helps dying patients leave a legacy that says more than just "goodbye".

STRONGMAN

Meet Zachary Levy, the filmmaker behind a new independent documentary about modern-day strongman Stanless Steel, a man holding onto his dreams with both hands.

Web Feature: On the Playing Field, Life Goes On

An all-veteran, all-amputee softball team reconnects with their love for the game

Finding a Home for Medical Marijuana

As state finalizes regulations about medical marijuana, local residents look for dispensary sites--and find a host of complex requirements

Medicaid Funding in Jeopardy

Healthcare providers uneasy about impact of imminent AHCCCS cuts

Living with Lupus

Researchers and survivors in Tucson raise awareness of an often misunderstood disease

Episode 8: Medicaid Cuts Could Constrict State's Recovery

Health care for working poor, insurance rates, and the overall economy would all suffer if Arizona slashes or stops AHCCCS, experts say

Valley Fever: Common, Yet Misdiagnosed

Improper diagnosis is common and can cost patients their health, or their lives

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