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That took precedence, but surgery, chemo and radiation beat the cancer back.
At Texas Oncology in Tyler, Texas, the end of chemo is celebrated by ringing the bell on the wall.
Amy Herrman's son, Jacob, had leukemia, and received chemo for three years.
For Amaya, the first round of chemo was a bit bumpy.
To get our best wellness tips delivered to you inbox, sign up for the Healthy Living newsletter At UIC, Dr. Rondelli has begun to use immunosuppressive therapy in lieu of chemo to increase the odds of survival.
After a few weeks to heal from the surgery as well as allow the chemo to get out of his system, Bible will shift his focus to getting back in shape.
The chemo caused McClanahan's mother to develop painful ulcers in her mouth and esophagus, which prevented her from eating or drinking, said McClanahan, a former family physician and emergency medicine doctor from Jacksonville, Fla.
Since her diagnosis, Gallagher said she's been unable to continue her work as a teacher at Langley Park McCormick Elementary School in Hyattsville because of the susceptibility to infections from the chemo.
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