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BY Harley Hudson

I decided to keep a diary of my stem cell transplant experience so it might help others in preparing for their stem cell transplants. Here are the first two entries.

Day 0, 5:16 a.m.: The day of my stem cell transplant
That's right. Day 0. The day my family and I have been anticipating for over 465 days, since last March. And, oh what a day it is: my rebirthday, the day of my stem cell transplant, perhaps the most important...

BY Lenzie Davis

After being diagnosed with brain cancer, our son, Jaxon, spent his 4th birthday at the MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center. 

Our...

BY Helen Vollmer

When I was diagnosed with stage I breast cancer almost a year ago, I went through all the standard emotions: disbelief, anger, fear and utter...

BY Ashley Lauen

My husband, Marshall, was diagnosed with stage IIB Hodgkin's lymphoma about a year-and-a-half ago. Through our lymphoma treatment journey, we spent a lot of time at MD Anderson.

My mom has always taught me to "make fun" wherever I am, so to encourage my husband and try to maintain some sense of normalcy, I am always dreaming up ways to make the hospital more enjoyable. After all, we are fighting for his life, not just...

BY Lindi Senez

Our brain tumor journey began in 2006, when my husband Dave first began experiencing double vision. We didn't know it at the time, but we...

BY Bonnie Butler

Teaching in MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital school has helped me fall deeper in love with the art of education. I owe this to each...

BY MD Anderson

In 2000, Chris Anthony visited MD Anderson for a consultation with Mark Gilbert, M.D. Chris had been diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiforme...

BY Traci Newsom

A cancer diagnosis affects people differently. However, every cancer patient has one thing in common: At some point during their journey,...

BY Gaylene Meeson

We didn't hesitate to sign our daughter Hannah up for MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital's Camp Star Trails.

When we learned about...

BY Deborah Thomas

Research shows that exercise is safe and beneficial for most cancer patients and survivors. In fact, in most cases, it is important to keep...