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Donors credit doctors for life-saving cancer care

January 8, 2021

Doug Wilson was treated for a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma called mantle cell lymphoma. To give back to the doctors who treated his cancer, he created a fund to support their work in bone marrow transplants and the continued exploration of treatment options for mantle cell lymphoma.

Cancer journey not the only marathon for survivor

November 29, 2019

One fall morning in 2016, Jeff Cobb, 54, was shaving, just as he did each day before heading to his job at First Citizens Bank in Raleigh. But something felt off. Cobb noticed a bump on his neck, but did not think it was anything. During a routine physical exam, he mentioned it. His primary … Continued

Family ties remain strong even through cancer diagnosis

July 12, 2019

Jack Goldstein, 14, and his family had to make sacrifices when Jack was diagnosed with leukemia. But when Jack put his schoolwork and baseball training on hold, his family and friends were there to support him.

Grateful patient works with lab team to find cancer therapies

June 28, 2019

Once cancer treatment ends, hopefully with a clean bill of health, most patients hightail it away from the hospital, putting the endless batteries of tests, needle sticks and scans in their rearview mirror. So it’s a rare patient that returns of their own volition, and rarer still, becomes a lab volunteer. But that’s exactly what David Hesmer did.