For Naomi, progress after her bone marrow transplant means strawberries and bike rides.
Hockey players and coaches get an up-close look at what it means to save a life by being a bone marrow or stem cell donor.
A year after a bone marrow transplant, Lilly Vanden Bosch's life returns to normal.
A Michigan teen meets the bone marrow donor from Europe who saved her life.
Lilly Vanden Bosch, 10, says good riddance to a nasty post-transplant virus.
After a leukemia diagnosis, Doug Ferrin couldn't find a suitable donor when he needed a stem cell transplant. Then cord blood arrived from France.
John Volenski had a 200 bowling average. Until cancer struck, and he became the 200th patient of the blood and bone marrow transplant program.
After bone marrow transplant complications, Lilly Vanden Bosch is heading to the Big Apple to participate in a promising clinical trial.
Lola Deyoung has spent half her life battling leukemia, but her positive spirit serves as her shield and a donor's gift as her sword.
Clinical trials showing great promise in graft-versus-host disease treatment.
It's a way to "give back," says one of the dozens of teammates who joined the national registry.
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