Cindy Flynn survived a heart attack at age 50, but nearly two decades later, a heart transplant was her only option. During her stay at Stanford, her treatment included visits from the hospital’s Spiritual Care Service team. “I don’t know how to explain it, but it does make a difference. It’s just having somebody there and talking to you as a person, and not just a patient,” says Cindy.
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