Rare disease brings LDS missionary home early; Treatment is helping him prepare to return to England

By Brady White
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Joey Cottrell from Centerville was just five weeks into his LDS mission in England when a rare disease sent him home in a wheelchair, barely able to move. He’s now back on his feet and preparing to return to the mission field, thanks in part to the team of experts at the Neuro Specialty Rehabilitation Unit at Intermountain Medical Center. 

Utah's First Implant of Non-surgical Leadless Cardiac Pacemaker

By Jason M Carlton
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Cardiologists at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute have made Utah medical history as doctors implanted the Intermountain West’s first non-surgical, leadless cardiac pacemaker to treat a Logan woman who suffers from atrial fibrillation.