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Alex

Alex
Bio: I graduated college in 2016 and currently working full time. When I was senior in high school back in 2012 I was diagnosed with a Mediastinal germ cell tumor stage 4. After going through chemo and the removal of the tumor I was able to graduate college. While attending college in 2014 while getting an annual physical my blood results…more
Cancer Type: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Medical Term for the Type of Cancer: CML

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Boaz

Boaz
Bio: Helped dad cope with cancer for eight years. He was President of the Israel Cancer Association
Cancer Type: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

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Kay

Kay
Bio: My cancer bio: Summer of 2006, working alot of hours (60-70/week); co-worker commented that I looked pale. I was bruising alot and did not know why....looked it up on computer in May, 2006 - said possible cause could be leukemia...told my husband about that one...laughed it off and went on my way. I thought I was tired (and…more
Cancer Type: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Stage of Cancer: Stage 4 cancer
Medical Term for the Type of Cancer: cll
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Symptoms: tired, tired, tired....random bruises all over my body; cramps in my legs at night; horrible "whirring" sound in my head which I later found out was due to anemia...it's called pulsating tinnitus for anyone interested; irritable; craved sweets.
Chemotherapy Description, Dates & Side Effects: Fludarabine - 8/7/06 - 8/11/06 -- tired and nausea Rituxan - 8/11/06 - "shake and bake"...you name it I felt it...dizzy, chills, threw up, nurses very good in giving me appropriate meds to counteract side effects

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