How Your Diagnosis Changes Your Loved Ones

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Andrew's Blog: Leukemia Survivor

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Christine Jeffries

Great post, Andrew. Sounds like you have a wonderful family that loves you very much. Hope you cancer stays in molecular remission for a long, long time. Your son's dedication is a testament to the way you have brought him up and shown him love through the years. Nice work!

October 21, 2010 - 8:43am
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The biggest heart of anyone I know, my father has gone about trying to bring the best information to patients just like himself.Hope to contribute, even if in a small way, to help people afflicted with cancer just like my dad.

August 27, 2010 - 10:45am
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