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- leukemia 17
- memories of former times 3
- memories of growing up 3
- personal experiences 3
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 2
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- College comp 1
- Providence 1
- SCCA 1
- Seattle Cancer Care Alliance 1
- University of Washignton Medical Center 1
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- New York City 2
- Ann Arbor Michigan 1
- Billings 1
- Bosie 1
- Brook Army Hospital, San Antonio, TX 1
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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...
Bill recalls his death at 8 years
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Glenville, New York, Maddie Harland (16) interviews Michele Harland (46), her mother, about her childhood, important role models, and her battle with leukemia. Mrs. Harland shares her experiences as a mother and...
abbey & i talk about her feelings on how her life is going & what has shaped her into the person she is today.
Andrew Kovach (68) talks with his son Alex Kovach (39) and their friend Ric Carlson (71) about their collective efforts to create a 60-foot lava lamp in Soap Lake to honor their friend Brent Blake. The three discuss the efforts...
Terry Jordan (55) remembers her daughter, Emily Jordan, who died of leukemia with her friend Dr. Linda Stork (61).
Robert Matthews (73) talks to his daughter, Julie Matthews (38), about her battle with leukemia, his son's passing to alcoholism, and how he went from a 1.3 GPA in college to becoming a Cardiologist.
Nancy Bentley (63) interviews her husband, John Atkinson (67) about his life, focusing on his health issues with eczema and asthma, his work in the Peace Corps, and his favorite family memories.
David Riihimaki (49) shares a conversation with his father, Arthur Riihimaki (77), about their family, Arthur’s time in the Vietnam War, his cancer diagnosis and raising money for cancer research, and about the things that are important to them in...
John talks to his daughter about the importance of his faith in Jesus, especially in fighting his thyroid cancer.
Colleagues and friends Soren Glassing (57) and Fran Heller (64) talk about the experience of working together in a hospital palliative care unit throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. They reflect on unpreparedness, grief, healing, and the therapeutic power of art.
Spouses, Dennis L. Hall (80) and Robyn Butler-Hall (77), talk about "end of life" decisions. They also share memories and stories about their late parents.
Teresa retired from Hospice in Petaluma on December 7, 2020. She and Kristen discuss her career as a nurse, what brought her to nursing, to hospice and what advice she would give new nurses
Marti interviewed her dad about his work life.
One Small Step Partners Lindsi H. (35) and Jessica Holzemer (39) talk about caregiving, coping with grief, and the values at the center of their personal and political identities.
This is Richard's story of being diagnosed and treated for leukemia, going through a blood and marrow transplant, and life afterwards. Richard was a longtime volunteer at the University of Washington Medical Center Health Information Resource Center and UWMC Inpatient...
John Ulrich (58) talks with his friend Cathy Disher (64) about his daughter's diagnosis of leukemia, the experience of supporting her throughout her treatment, and her eventual passing. He and Cathy reflect on why they ride with Pelotonia.