1-8-14 Jimbo Fisher's Minneapolis Connection On The Morning News With Dave LeeA family illness keeps the coach in Minneapolis. Listen why by clicking the above link.
Florida State Coach's Son Treated For Fanconi Anemia At AmplatzBefore celebrating the BCS National Championship Monday night, Florida State’s head coach was celebrating a different victory. This battle had a much tougher opponent. Jimbo Fisher's son, Ethan, was just 5 years old when doctors diagnosed with Fanconi anemia. It’s a very rare inherited blood disease that can cause a lot of problems, the biggest of which is bone marrow failure.
Connor Cosgrove's Final Chemo Treatment Is The Start Of Something GreaterA little over a week ago, Gopher football player Connor Cosgrove walked out of Amplatz Children's Hospital cancer-free.
‘U’ Student Celebrates Final Chemo TreatmentConnor Cosgrove, 22, is getting his last chemotherapy treatment Friday. Teri Cannon, executive director of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, says it’s a day of celebration at the Amplatz Children's Hospital. "It's really exciting for us when any patient can be declared in complete remission," Cannon said. She says there are a lot people who don't know about this kind of cancer, or the fact that there are more than 150 types of blood cancer.
‘She Is A Damn Good Mom': Neighbor On Pond Crash DriverThree of the five children who were submerged in a metro holding pond following a car crash Thursday morning were those of the 23-year-old driver, the State Patrol says. The other two children belonged to Marion Guerrido's boyfriend, neighbors say.
Get To Know The Amplatz Nurses Behind Viral 'Brave' Video If you've seen it, you're one of many who have. It’s a music video made by nurses and patients of Unit 5 at Amplatz Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. The video is a YouTube hit and the Huffington Post picked it up.
U Of M Doctors Use Super Glue In 2 Rare Child Brain SurgeriesAt the moment, 2-year-old Lydia Kohler is sailing through life. But her mother, Anna Kohler, says Lydia's life was at a standstill last year. "[We thought]this could be the last time we, I don’t know, put her to bed - and that was really scary," Kohler said. The blood in Lydia's brain started flowing into a cavity, a pouch that ballooned in her head. Lydia’s condition stopped two young University of Minnesota doctors in their tracks: Dr. Bharathi Jagadeesan and Dr. Andrew Grande.
Eden Prairie Native Nick Leddy Shows Off Stanley Cup In MNThe Stanley Cup spent the day in Minnesota Friday, as Eden Prairie native Nick Leddy's Chicago Blackhawks took the NHL title. And it's tradition that each each member of the winning team gets 24 hours with the Cup to do whatever they want with it.

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