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The Keck Effect: More Community

April 22nd, 2016|

During the 17 years that Dr. Rex O. Patton served as principal in the LAUSD, he never used a single sick day.
Throughout his tenure in

The Keck Effect: More Birthdays

January 29th, 2016|

93 and Still Going Strong

For most of the 35 years since her retirement as a layout and graphic design artist, Eula-Lee Geisert, 93, has kept

The Keck Effect: More Impact

December 15th, 2015|

Microsurgery makes big impact for patients

The grateful mother of one of his young patients recently sent Milan Stevanovic, MD, a photo of her son playing

The Keck Effect: More Miracles

December 7th, 2015|

The successful pancreas-kidney transplant that Eidalia Marquez Vazquez had a few years ago at Keck Medicine of USC meant that she no longer needed to

The Keck Effect: More Races

November 20th, 2015|

Photo: Steve Chaffee (right) with his fiancée, Joan Brennan

Steve Chaffee loves to exercise. A former marathon runner, the Sierra Madre resident modified his routine as

The Keck Effect: More High Fives

September 18th, 2015|

Brain surgery by Keck Medicine of USC specialists removes a benign tumor that affected the child’s hearing. Doing everything possible to help our patients do

The Keck Effect: More Expertise, Less Worry

May 19th, 2015|

Harry worked with our expert eye team to treat her glaucoma — seeking out USC’s top researchers and physicians.

Last spring, Harry Svoboda, 84, of Bakersfield,