Jo-Ann Raia, an 82-year-old retired Huntington elected town official, has suffered from severe wound infections for a few years. What started as a blister from a pedicure, quickly turned into an infected wound that required immediate attention. Her primary care doctor recommended she see a wound specialist, so she made an appointment at Mather’s Wound Treatment Center.
Jennifer from Coram, a devoted mother and active member in her community, was diagnosed with stage 1 uterine cancer in the fall of 2020 and got a complete hysterectomy
Anne is a fighter and a survivor. Between living with three autoimmune conditions, battling lung cancer and keeping her type 2 insulin-dependent diabetes in check, she’s overcome more than her fair share of struggles.
Retired police officer Frank Gennari was searching hunting spots in Pennsylvania last fall when he tripped over a log and severely injured his leg. Never one to tread lightly, Frank got up with every intention of continuing with his trip.
Jane Alworth-Menta has weathered many storms, both literally and figuratively. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 and underwent a mastectomy. Last October, five years after she lost her breast to cancer, Jane traveled to New Orleans for reconstructive surgery. The surgery went well.