When Erlynn Frankson was a teen, her grandfather moved in with her family so her mother could take care of him. “She was a nurse and the most equipped of her five siblings to be his caregiver,” says Frankson.
Frankson experienced palliative and hospice care on a personal level. It’s what she came home to after school every day and shaped who she is today. “I saw suffering and it stuck with me 10-20 years down the road.” Read More
“It’s a passion that’s made me the person I am today.” For Carmine Hernandez, a second-year CU Pharmacy student, that passion is rugby. He’s been playing since he was 15 years old, trained for seven months in New Zealand after high school; and his team, the Denver Barbarians, recently won the Men’s Division II National Championship, beating the Detroit Tradesmen 39-38! Read More