The 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.
Her rescue made international headlines. Now, the woman who suffered a stroke at the South Pole is speaking about her treatment right here in Baltimore.
The 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.
Back on American soil. A researcher working in the South Pole is in Baltimore getting the emergency help she needs.
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.
Engineer Renee-Nicole Douceur will pass through San Francisco and Washington before arriving at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Monday night local time.
A 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.