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Kathy was ready for the hockey game, complete with her scarf featuring the red and white maple leaf of the Canadian Flag. She made no apologies cheering for the Montreal Canadiens, despite the fact the Buffalo Sabres were hosting her and several others from Kevin Guest House for the late October game in KeyBank Center....
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The information was overwhelming. Donna Eastwood was dealing with the reality of her diagnosis — multiple myeloma, a blood cancer — and all that her extensive regime at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center would entail. The thick packet she sifted through after meeting with her doctor was filled with information about her disease and treatment...
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It was the early 1980s when Ann Noble’s daughter was attending the University at Buffalo. She knew that Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center had a renowned breast clinic, so she thought what better place to get her annual mammogram. Living in Binghamton at the time, she would make the seven-hour round-trip drive in one day....
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Life as they knew it changed for Gary McKinley and his wife, LeRhea, in 2007. That’s when the couple from Skaneateles, N.Y., received the diagnosis — Gary had multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells which helps fight off infection and the second most common blood cancer. Gary received nine months of chemotherapy in...
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Life Lessons:  The Dinnar Family by Julia Dinnar We’re from Lakewood, NY. Our son Rowan is 2 1/3 and will be 3 in September.  Josh and I both went to school in Alfred for ceramics and have been working to buy a house for the past few years to start a studio/ business. Then last...
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” I didn’t want to give up my life, I had a lot to live for.” – Shirley Ray  This was the first thought that entered her mind when the oncologist told them that Shirley had multiple myeloma, a blood cancer that develops in the plasma cells found in the soft, spongy tissue at the center of...
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“I came to the realization of just how close we came to being temporarily homeless. Myself, daughter Jamie, and granddaughter Morgan being 1,100 miles from home, were thrust into a situation with no family support, minimal finances, sleeping in our vehicle and wondering how long our money would last. To stay close to the hospital,...
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