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September 27, 2018

Young Cancer Patient Finds Answers (and “Rainbows”) at Mayo Clinic

By In the Loop intheloop

Alley Downing has had a difficult journey since being diagnosed with and treated for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. But there have also been “bright spots” along the way.

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Tags: Dr. Vilmarie Rodriguez, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Mayo Clinic in Rochester


Cancer Diagnosis Helps Mayo Physician Better Understand Patient Fears

February 22, 2018

Cancer Diagnosis Helps Mayo Physician Better Understand Patient Fears

By In the Loop intheloop

Being diagnosed with — and beating — Hodgkin’s lymphoma has given Rozalina McCoy, M.D., a stronger understanding of the ongoing fears and concerns shared by other cancer patients once treatment ends.  

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Tags: Dr. Rozalina McCoy, Hodgkin's Lymphoma


July 26, 2016

Ever Singing: Couple Hopes Music Inspired by Cancer Journey Will Inspire Others

By In the Loop intheloop

Music has been a part of Sue and Mike Blair’s story from the beginning. “We’ve been singing together a long time,” Sue tells us. Longer than she’s been a teacher. Longer than Mike has been a pastor. Even longer than the couple — who will celebrate their 36th anniversary in August — have been married. […]

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Tags: Cancer, Dr. Ivana Micallef, Dr. Scott Staford, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Jessica Towns, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Singing


April 21, 2015

Seeing Cancer Through a Child’s Eyes

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“My son thought you could catch cancer like you can catch a cold.” That’s how Kelly Strenge describes an important part of her motivation to write a book that explains cancer to children. Kelly, the author of “The Truth about Cancer,” decided to write a book explaining the disease to kids after her husband, Brett, was […]

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Tags: Giving, Hodgkin's Lymphoma


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