Hand castings of critically ill patients provide comfort to families

Trish Rogers wants to make you smile. If you’ve ever encountered her at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, she’s often cracking jokes or telling stories. She has an infectious laugh that can be heard a room away, and you can’t help but laugh with her. One of her desk drawers is full of treats … Continue reading Hand castings of critically ill patients provide comfort to families




Ana-Alecia’s infectious attitude defies cancer in Chemo Dance Party 2.0

She’s baaack!! Ana-Alecia Ayala wants to make you smile. If you don’t believe that, then watch the video of her dancing during a chemotherapy session at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas that has already been viewed by millions of people. Take a look at the infectious segment of her visit to the Ellen DeGeneres show inspiring … Continue reading Ana-Alecia’s infectious attitude defies cancer in Chemo Dance Party 2.0




JuJuOnThatChemo! Ana-Alecia takes a different approach to cancer treatment

Chances are you’ve seen or heard about Ana-Alecia Ayala’s story by now. She’s the Dallas mother diagnosed with a rare form of cancer who recorded herself dancing to ‘Juju on That Beat’ during a chemotherapy session in the Baylor T. Boone Pickens Cancer Hospital at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. The video of Ana-Alecia dancing … Continue reading JuJuOnThatChemo! Ana-Alecia takes a different approach to cancer treatment




Oncologist climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro to support multiple myeloma research

It’s often said that cancer is a journey. A long road, for the millions diagnosed with the disease every year. But it is also a metaphor for those who are trying to find a cure. Brian Berryman, MD, knows this journey all too well. He is a medical oncologist on the staff at Baylor University Medical … Continue reading Oncologist climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro to support multiple myeloma research