Renee-Nicole Douceur

South Pole Evacuee Cleared To Leave HospitalThe engineer evacuated from a South Pole research station has been cleared to leave a hospital and is heading to Vermont to stay with friends as she recovers from a stroke.
South Pole Researcher Recovering From Stroke At Johns HopkinsHer rescue made international headlines. Now, the woman who suffered a stroke at the South Pole is speaking about her treatment right here in Baltimore.
South Pole Evacuee Recovering Well After StrokeThe engineer evacuated from a South Pole research station after a stroke may not be skydiving again anytime soon, but her doctor says she is recovering well.
South Pole Evacuee Seeks Medical Help At HopkinsBack on American soil. A researcher working in the South Pole is in Baltimore getting the emergency help she needs.
N.H. South Pole Evacuee Back In U.S.From Antarctica to Baltimore. A woman desperate for medical help traveled around the world to get the care she needs here at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
N.H. South Pole Evacuee Making Her Way Back To U.S.Engineer Renee-Nicole Douceur will pass through San Francisco and Washington before arriving at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Monday night local time.
N.H. South Pole Evacuee To Arrive In Baltimore Next WeekA sick New Hampshire woman who was evacuated from the South Pole to New Zealand says she expects to be back in the United States next week.