Christine Hutchcraft was in the hospital with one child when she learned that her daughter Angie had got her finger caught in a door at a restaurant, severing the top of it. The nurse told her that they couldn't reattach the finger and that Angie would have to learn to adjust. But Christine wouldn't hear it. Instead, she drove Angie an hour and half to San Francisco to see if CPMC could reattach the fingertip.
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When Suzanne's hip pain got so bad that she couldn't ride her horse anymore, she knew it was time to take action.
When Mary Helen's knee pain tagged along on her trip to Italy, she decided to do something about her unwanted travel companion.
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