Category Archives: Cancer and Hematology

Chicken noodle soup and collateral damage

Let’s talk about blood for a minute. We all have it, we all need it to live, but really what IS it?

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The fingerprints of God

Every Friday during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month we will be sharing Patrick’s journey. Time. It provides us with perspective; a historical roadmap if you will. It illuminates our milestones … Full Entry »

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The Gold Club

We first learned of Sophia’s diagnosis on Easter Sunday in 2015. Sophia was turning 13 in a month, and was active in volleyball and basketball. She loved singing in the choir … Full Entry »

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Changing the future of pediatric cancer treatment

Precision oncology is a term gaining popularity, but many are still unsure what that means. Precision oncology is tailoring cancer prevention and treatment strategies based upon the specific genetic mutations … Full Entry »

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Madison’s story: Battling a vascular malformation

When my husband and I went in for my 15 week checkup, we thought things were going to go smoothly and that this would be like any normal appointment. We … Full Entry »

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