An Infinite Desire to Help:
Barely able to walk and 700 miles from home, Sam Davenport was forced to accept defeat. But the severe pain from riding his bicycle thousands of miles and pushing his body beyond its physical limits didn’t end his personal quest to fight cancer.
Demos T. Kyrazis, Ph.D., lives in Albuquerque, N.M. Following his third retirement in 1993, he and wife Joanne founded R-Cubed Inc., an engineering firm specializing in precision measurements of optical turbulence in the atmosphere, aero-optics and efficient extraction of wind energy. He served in the United States Air Force for 30 years, retiring as a colonel. He received his doctorate degree in applied science from the University of California Davis and holds a number of patents. He is a survivor of hairy cell leukemia and currently a prostate cancer patient at MD Anderson. He is on the Intellectual Property and Technology Commercialization Advisory Group of the MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors. Full Story
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In the Spring 2012 Issue:
- An infinite desire to help
- A Message from Dr. DePinho
- Academia meets biotech in new institute
- Friends for life ― and beyond
- News Makers
- Philanthropy in Action
- Research Highlights
- Straight to the heart of the matter
- Strength in numbers
- Survivors Say
- Upcoming Events
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