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Things Houstonians should be thankful for
The city has had a roller coaster of a year. From controversial ballot issues to the Astros making a deep playoff run, we've been through a lot together so far in 2015. And we have a lot to be thankful for. We asked readers what Houston residents should be thankful for this year and there was no shortage of responses. One reader said, "I'm thankful for the organ donor who saved my 13-year-old daughter’s life and the amazing team at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital who have taken care of us for the past 5 years."
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How Dr. Red Duke Saved My Dad
When Dr. James “Red” Duke died this year on August 25, I marveled at how many of my Facebook friends had similar stories of him saving their loved ones. Days later, I joined the hundreds who’d gathered at his public memorial. I patted his stained white lab coat, which was on display, and took pictures of his hat, boots, and colorful cowboy and A&M paraphernalia. All around me were Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center veterans who remembered how Dr. Red launched Memorial Hermann Life Flight program in 1976—which today boasts some 140,000 flights over almost 40 years.
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Dying girl getting her final wish fulfilled
An 18-year-old terminally ill girl at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston's Texas Medical Center wished to see her parents - who are in Pakistan - once more. "We are happy to inform you that Qirat's parents' visa application was approved. We are overjoyed by this news, and it could not have come at a more perfect time," the statement said. "We have so much to give thanks for today."

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