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My daughter was diagnosed with Leukemia in April 2006. In June 2008, she relapsed. She is recovering from a Bone Marrow Transplant. I founded, Friends for Life, A Seattle Children's Guild that benefits Pediatric Oncology Research.
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Also our insurance so far has covered everything including taxi rides to the clinic. The one thing they haven't covered is the numbing cream for her port. I hope I wasn't too harsh in my statements the other day. I am very happy where Iam if you want more info on her treatment plan e-mail me I will get you my phone number and we can talk. Also she is a real Daddy's girl it is hard enough for them to get the moments togather now I can't imagine driving that distance or staying away from my husband and other daughter for extended treatment. I did look at the web site and it seems like a good place. I guess I would need more infomation and then think and pray about it before I changed her treatment plan right now. Please contact me.
Sallie is being treated at Legacy Emanuel Children's Cancer Program it is part of Legacy Emanuel Children's Hospital in Portland Oregon. It is about a 22 mile drive. We have a team of 4 doctors and several nurses. I am very happy with the care she is getting. The head Doctor Janice Olson has been taking care of pediatric cancer paitents for over 22 years. All our doctors are members of the COG. I know seatle is a good hosp but I don't want to drive when she can get the same treatment here. Thank you.
I had met with Suzie (Thurston/Mason County Guild) who was going to share about PAC2 with other guilds at her meeting last week, so I assumed that's how you found us. I look forward to hearing more about your guild. Feel free to post in the PAC2 NW page about what your guild is up to. We have several other SEA Childrens Guilds here also. I hope your daughter's recovery continues to go as well as can be. Take care.
Welcome to Pac2! Did you find out about us from Susie at the Guild Meeting last week? Or I may have invited you at some point. I know I have been to your website before.
I am in Olympia....we do also have a NW group, would love to have you. If you go to groups above, locations, then you can join. You can also post about any of your guild events. Hope your daughter continues to do well.
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