BY Jennifer Robinson

As the parent of a cancer patient, when you first step through the doors of MD Anderson, you’re terrified. You’re not supposed to be here. Much less for your child.

But when our daughter Elise was diagnosed with osteosarcoma — a type of bone cancer — in 2014, we quickly realized that all of the people who work there are gentle and compassionate. And I’m not just talking about the doctors and nurses. I’m talking about the parking...

Cancerwise blog post: Jennifer Robinson with her children, including Elise, a bone cancer survivor who was treated at MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital

BY Jennifer Robinson

In September 2014, when she was just eight years old, our daughter Elise was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. It was in...