Posts tagged "stem cell transplant"

Donna's Cancer Story: Spring

This is the thirteenth of thirty-one installments of Donna’s Cancer Story, which will appear daily in serial format through the month of September to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Each post will cover one month of Donna’s thirty-one months of treatment.  The first day of this month was Easter, which seemed fitting.  It was spring,... Read more »

Donna's Cancer Story: Recovery

This is the eleventh of thirty-one installments of Donna’s Cancer Story, which will appear daily in serial format through the month of September to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Each post will cover one month of Donna’s thirty-one months of treatment.  Just a day after the dismal day I wrote about yesterday, Donna seemed to... Read more »

Donna's Cancer Story: Transplant, Part II

This is the tenth of thirty-one installments of Donna’s Cancer Story, which will appear daily in serial format through the month of September to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Each post will cover one month of Donna’s thirty-one months of treatment. The cracks were beginning to show.  Cancer can be relentless and a stem cell transplant is not... Read more »
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Donna's Cancer Story: Transplant, Part I

This is the ninth of thirty-one installments of Donna’s Cancer Story, which will appear daily in serial format through the month of September to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Each post will cover one month of Donna’s thirty-one months of treatment. I’ve never run a marathon, but I have seen a daughter through a stem... Read more »

Donna's Cancer Story: Harvest

This is the eighth of thirty-one installments of Donna’s Cancer Story, which will appear daily in serial format through the month of September to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Each post will cover one month of Donna’s thirty-one months of treatment. Autumn is the harvest season, and it’s no different when you live in Cancerville.  The... Read more »