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Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Michael Gonzales can't stop smiling and can't say enough about the garden that he sees from the fifth-floor window of his room at Seidman Cancer Center, on the main campus of University Hospitals of Cleveland.
"It's just so beautiful," says the 37-year-old cancer center patient, who lives in Newbury Township. "It takes your mind off of everything else."
Gonzales is enthralled with the Mary and Al Schneider Healing Garden that abuts Seidman and is connected to the hospital at 11100 Euclid Ave. The garden is filled with well-thought-out elements that benefit the physical and emotional health of cancer patients and visiting family and friends.
new in the circle
CLEVELAND (July, 2014) – Provenance at the Cleveland Museum of Art will debut a new summertime series, Tastings on the...
Every Wednesday throughout the summer, 6-9pm!