Cord Blood Transplant Gives Patient Hope
When Fernando Mireles learned he needed a stem cell transplant to treat his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he and his family tried everything they could think of to find a match.
They organized screenings for his large, extended family, held donor events in Houston’s Hispanic neighborhoods, and even tested co-workers. At the 11th hour, two total strangers stepped in to save his life.
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- Music Therapy Inspires Cancer Patients
- Pilates Strengthens the Body
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In the June 2007 Issue
- Cord Blood Transplant Gives Patient Hope
- Q&A: What to Know About Cord Blood Donation
- Center Recommends Cervical Cancer Vaccine
- Colon Cancer Survival Linked to Lymph Nodes Removed
- Protein Stops Suicide of Pancreatic Cancer Cells
- Hormone Therapy Linked to Breast Cancer
- Take Your (Humor) Medicine
- Experts Revise Fruit and Vegetable Campaign
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