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John Irvine - Revolutionary New Pacemaker Changed His Life
80 year-old John Irvine is proud to call himself a Bay Area native. Born in San Francisco, John attended City College of San Francisco, graduated from UC Berkeley, and has lived in Marin for more than 50 years – most recently, Novato. He spent his career working for local canning giant Del Monte foods and still keeps in touch with fellow Del Monte retirees... [ Read John's Story ]

Scott Davis - Successfully Battling Melanoma With Immunotherapy
57-year-old Scott Davis grew up as an Air Force brat. His family moved around a lot, but it was during their time in Phoenix that Scott got the sunburns that would eventually catch up with him, decades later, in the form of an aggressive melanoma. Scott first came to Marin in 1994 when he and his wife moved to Greenbrae. They immediately fell in love with Marin and especially, Mt. Tamalpais… [ Read Scott's Story ]

Phuong Gallagher: Beating Cancer is a Team Effort
2006 was a life-changing year for Phuong Gallagher. She married the love of her life, Ed Gallagher, a colleague and fellow data consultant at the same insurance brokerage. The couple skipped their honeymoon to move to Petaluma so they could be close to Ed’s young daughter, Taylor. They had barely gotten settled when Phuong was diagnosed with stage 3 rectal cancer, at just 29 years of age... [ Read Phuong's Story ]

Randy Ichihana - New Hip, Hurray!
When it comes to his pain threshold, Randy Ichihana is one tough guy. His injury tally began when he broke his right arm as a child. Then came a high school football injury that resulted in Randy having his meniscus surgically removed. Randy never let his orthopedic injuries slow him down, and he continued to play baseball, surf, ski, hike, bike, and golf throughout his adult life... [ Read Randy's Story ]

Jake Peterson: Extinguishing AFib - A Firefighter's Story
Fire Captain Jake Peterson, of San Rafael, was just twenty-nine years old the first time his heart went into atrial fibrillation. He was at a Giant’s game with a paramedic friend when he felt a fluttering in his chest. As Jake describes it, “It felt weird. I felt off. I felt like something wasn’t right.” His friend thought it was most likely nothing, but they headed for the medical tent – just in case... [ Read Jake's Story ]