A serious health condition may make you feel like you’re all alone. But you’re not. Over the years, many of our patients have shared their stories with us at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance so that we may share them with you.
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Anna Robinson is an acute myelogenous leukemia survivor after two bone marrow transplants.
When Danel Lawrence was hospitalized for months at age 15 with leukemia, friends wallpapered his hospital room with homemade posters of Britney Spears, made him 2,000 origami cranes and visited every day just to hang out.
Jeffrey Davis is a chronic lymphocytic leukemia survivor treated at SCCA.
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia Survivor Cord blood transplant recipient and pioneer, Jessie Quinn received this life-saving treatment at SCCA as part of a clinical study in 2010.
Doing nothing more than walking after dinner, Joyce Miner wondered if she was having a heart attack. But what she had was lymphocytic leukemia, Philadelphia chromosome positive (ALL Ph+).
Katie Collier, sports star and acute promyelocytic leukemia survivor, is grateful to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
When neurosurgeon Oktar Babuna needed a bone marrow transplant for chronic lymphocytic leukemia, he traveled to SCCA from his home in Turkey.
Treated on a clinical trial, Richard Warburton lives with chronic lymphocytic leukemia—and expects to for many years to come.
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Survivor Diagnosed in 2005 with chronic phase CML, Ron Robbecke came to SCCA for treatment that normalized his blood counts within two months.
Valerie Johnson is a CML survivor whose doctors in Sequim, Washington, worked with SCCA doctors for her treatment as part of SCCA’s Network services.