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The funds ultimately have the goal of helping Harlow Millies of Hartland, a 7-year-old battling leukemia, as well as all others fighting cancer.
The treatment, Kymriah, was hailed by doctors and the life sciences community as a major advance in medicine and a boon to children and young adults with a certain form of leukemia (the group for whom the gene therapy is approved).
Rats cannot contract the feline leukemia virus, making Ivory an ideal companion for the small kitten.
Thomas Baust, 65, a pianist who accompanied the Voices of the Philly Pops and other regional musical groups, died Oct. 3 after a battle with leukemia.
As the aggressive leukemia began taking its toll, the family met with his doctors at the Sydney Kimmel Comprehensive Center of John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and learned the best form of treatment was a bone marrow transplant.
McClean's brother, Neil, 22, was diagnosed with leukemia in 2014.
Jones took a special interest in Derrin after the boy, now 16, was diagnosed with leukemia last summer.
Since being diagnosed with leukemia in April 2014, Sager has undergone two stem cell transplants and chemotherapy.
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First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
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