This may be the only available account of not one but two stem cell transplants told by the patient and his wife caretaker written as journals while the events were unfolding. Barry was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia in 2005 and died in 2014. Bonnie, his wife of 37 years, became his caregiver. This book, their real time journals, vividly depicts their rollercoaster ride from diagnosis to hope to despair to hope, up and down, over and over again. Bonnie and Barry recount the harrowing experience of the two stem cell transplants in wildly different but equally compelling accounts of apparently the same events. Readers will be breathless as they turn the page to learn what happened next. Ultimately, this is a story about how love survives death.
Dancing with Cancer: Maladies and Miracles in Stem Cell Transplantland
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