blood cancer

After losing my best friend to sickle cell disease when I was 16, I signed up to become a bone marrow donor – and saved a
A year and a half later, I haven't heard how my bone-marrow recipient is doing. Delete Blood Cancer hasn't come back to me asking for another bone marrow donation, so I'm hoping that's a good thing and that she's doing great. But if they do call me back, whether it's for her or someone else, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
"Her leukemia was so aggressive that such a response is almost a miracle."
On June 17, my friend's longsuffering wife shares the devastating news that as a result of all of the treatment she has received
I wouldn't have picked getting a cancer diagnosis in the summer of 2013 but I'm allowing this ongoing challenge to be an opportunity for personal growth; working on healing my body, mind and spirit.
At my first doctor appointment, my OBGYN brought up the topic and initially, my husband and I thought it was a no-brainer. However, as time progressed, I became curious and slightly skeptical.
The fact is, most people know very little about the bone marrow donation process, and quite often, have outdated or inaccurate ideas about how it works.
Matt Lampson, a goalkeeper for the Columbus Crew in Major League Soccer, joins us to discuss being diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma as a teenager and how it changed the way he played soccer.
I am home. Back in Chicago. Gathering my wind from the Windy City. A second chance from the Second City. After one hundred and eleven days in New York City for medical treatment, I am home.
The experience of being on the brink of death and fighting for one's own life truly changed me. It made me realized what was most important in life. My values, goals, desire, passion, priorities and drive had all changed. If I was capable of beating cancer, there was not a thing in the world that I could not do. Cancer has made me the person I am today.
So far, the team hasn't seen any major side effects (in the mice) at the effective doses. "It can enter a number of cancer
What had started out as local support transformed into a worldwide movement that is averaging more than three donor matches a month to help save the lives of other mothers, fathers, sons and daughters battling blood cancer.
Barking Squirrel Media shot the segment from the perspective of the mother, as 18-year-old senior Ben received his diploma
Giving back gives us a guiding shared purpose that is greater than any self-interest, which makes us stronger as an organization. The power of caring cannot be measured in dollars, but is immeasurably valuable to all companies.
Robert Pattinson was still rocking his asymmetrical haircut to accept the honor of Choice vampire at tonight's Teen Choice
The Daily News reports that nearly 200 New Yorkers turned out to a volunteer donor drive on Saturday to see if they are bone