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Late Effects: One Survivor’s Experience

In 1978 I was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma to my left chest wall. At that time, Ewing’s was almost uniformly fatal. Rather than let the cancer run its course, my parents chose to pursue experimental treatment hoping against the odds that the treatment would rid me of the cancer. I have enjoyed 36 years with no evidence of disease. [...] In these 36 years, I have also shouldered a myriad of health risks directly related to the very treatment that saved my life back in the late 70′s, early 80′s.

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