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Summer 2012 Issue

Momentum: Moving toward a future without cancer.

  • Opening Pandora’s Box

    Stem cell transplants offer hope, but late effects remain a concern for years, decades

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    Opening Pandora’s Box
  • Forecast Positive

    Local meteorologist battles blood cancer at Vanderbilt

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    Forecast Positive
  • The Path to Recovery

    Rehab program helps patients get back on their feet after stem cell transplant

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    The Path to Recovery


A Closer Look

By collecting donor stem cells for transplant, apheresis nurse Carol Kelso, R.N., delivers hope to patients with blood cancers.

Spotlight On: AML

Dori Brown’s spirited battle against acute myeloid leukemia inspired her friends and family to raise money to fund research on the disease.

Stories of Survival

When Terri Seale’s 17-year-old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia last year, Terri decided to share all the successes and setbacks along Natalie’s road to healing in an online journal.