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Hi there! My name is Katie. I am a survivor of a blood cancer called acute lymphoblastic leukemia. I was diagnosed at 2 years old and finally went into remission when I was 5.
Daxton had woken up and complained of a headache. Then, he became extremely nauseous so I took him into the ER. An hour later, I learned that my son had cancer.
When my 11-year-old daughter Erin was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), it was truly "the phone call that changed our lives."
I will always remember October 31, 2016, as the scariest Halloween of my life. It was the day my three-year-old daughter, Zoë, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Through my blood cancer experience, I learned that everything happens for a reason and every event – whether positive or negative – gives me a chance to grow.
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I was diagnosed in 2007 with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) with a Philadelphia chromosome positive sub-type. I went into remission after having a stem cell transplant, radiation and intense chemotherapy.
I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) in 2017. Two days later and after various medical tests, the day of my 27th birthday, I started my treatment in a room in isolation for a month.
n the summer of 2005, I went to the doctor’s for a slew of alarming symptoms. But it wasn’t until April 2006 that I was diagnosed with a silent, insidious illness: chronic myeloid leukemia.
In the fall of 2013, I wasn’t feeling well. I had a slew of issues for which I had countless medical consultations to try to figure out what was wrong. Then, after I got an abnormal blood test result, everything changed.