When Betty Ann Greenbaum Miller was a teenager, she survived Stage III Hodgkins, a lymphatic system cancer. The intensive year-long radiation and chemotherapy left her weakened and prone to chronic issues. This lifetime of serious medical challenges has deepened her compassion for others and eventually drew her to JF&CS, first as a client and then as an active supporter.
“I personally feel very connected to the kinds of experiences that folks have when they’re in difficult times. The opportunity to comfort, listen, and be present with another person in moments of loneliness or distress is profoundly meaningful,” she said. “I feel honored to be part of Jewish Healing Connections (JHC) whose mission is just that.”
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