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熊杰和她的父親熊志軍講述了他們在美國治療澱粉樣變性的獨特旅程，當時志軍來探親，但在 COVID19 大流行期間無法返回中國接受治療。 志軍免費從斯坦福醫療保健中心接受了無與倫比的癌症治療，並以他們無法想像的方式影響了他們的生活。 Jie Xiong and her father Zhijun Xiong talk about their unique journey in United States dealing Amylolysis when Zhijun came for a family visit but unable to return back to China for treatment during the COVID-19...
Beverly Knudson (68) talks to her daughter, Tangi Richert (43), about her cancer diagnosis and treatment. The two talk about how Beverly's treatment improved when she came to Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Beverly remembers being the first person...
Marissa Kanz (38) talks with her ex-husband, Daniel Baughn (40), about their friendship, courtship, marriage and divorce. They talk about their shared spiritual faith, their six-year-old daughter and Daniel Baugh's coming out after they were married. They then talk about...
Lisa Horowitz (50) talks with her brother, David Horowitz (46), about what it was like getting diagnosed with lymphoma and how she felt like a "double agent" getting treated at NIH while also working there as a psychologist.
Denise Leak (50) interviews her mother-in-law Neva Bone (69) about Neva's experience battling colon cancer over the past five years.
Wendell Scanterbury (51) interviews Phil Olson (64) about being both a patient and chaplain of Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia.
Erica Richardson (43) and her mother Julia Davis (71) talk about Julia's memories of growing up, what she is most proud of then and now. They discuss their family history with various members having cancer and Erica's current cancer treatment.
Regina Mitchell (59) is interviewed by her colleague and friend Jean Munson (33) about her participation in University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ “New Leadership” program. They speak about how the program has changed Regina’s life and how it has helped...
Lyndsey Adamson (16) interviews her grandmother Judy Hultquist (65) about raising children and her memories of Lyndsey’s childhood.
Steve interviews his son Dov about his experience with cancer.
Stacey (45) and Fred Rosenberger (41) remember the difficulties of explaining Stacey’s cancer diagnosis to their daughter, Olivia. Stacey and Fred remembers all the techniques they used to explain Stacey’s illness to Olivia.
Susan Holick-Bade (53) talks with her friend Wendy Rowehl-Miano (56) about caregiving for her mother after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and then transitioning from caregiver to patient when she herself was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Harriet Thompson (96) speaks with her friend and chaplain, Mollie Mana'o (44) about how they first met when Harriet had come into hospice, her recovery from cancer and their ongoing friendship.
Dorothy Garza (63) interviews her friend Sidney Davis (75) about how he beat cancer, what it was like being incarcerated for over 30 years, and the ways in which God influences his daily life.
Spouses Regina Mitchell [no age given] and E. Stanley "Stan" Mitchell [no age given] reflect on their marriage and share how it all started on a chance meeting and a piece of gum. They talk about their professional and academic...
One of the worst things to hear as a parent, is that your child has cancer. On November 22nd 2017, Erica Bunting interviewed her forty-nine-year-old Aunt, Anne Bunting about being diagnosed with Neuroblastoma cancer when she was just two years...
Jordan Gutterman (73) talks with his son Adam Gutterman (35) about his career in medicine, the illnesses in his family that motivated him to seek treatments and cures in a clinical setting and how he continues to be energized by...
Pamela (36) interviews her friend, Jane (51), an oncology social worker who worked with her former partner, Suzie, when she had leukemia.
We talked about her journey with battling breast cancer and raising a family. We also discussed what she believes the breast cancer community should know.
Colleagues Michael Holtz (54) and Brenda Blunt [no age given] share how their experiences inform their work in health equity. Michael talks about his experience as a cancer survivor, and Brenda talks about her work in nutrition literacy.
Marie tells her daughter Rachel about her parents and their strength and dedication serving their country and raising a family
One Small Step partners Marilyn Sanders (58) and Stephen Watson (45) discuss their lives growing up, their political influences, and their experiences with cancer.
Dr. Kathryn Reilly (68) interviews her husband, Stephen s. Hull, Jr (64), about his childhood in Massachusetts, his career as a university professor, raising livestock, and his recent cancer diagnosis.
Bailey Schreier (23) talks with her mom Cindy Kern (58) about Bailey’s diagnosis of cancer at age 13.