Part of the team that produces the Our Patients. Their Stories, Kat Barrell never imagined that someday she would share her own story as an ovarian cancer patient.
Microbiologist and engineer Dick Poulin relied on science probabilities to make decisions about how to face prostate cancer, and the nature of human touch and kindness to help him through it.
Still enjoying life eight years after being given a six percent chance of surviving metastatic melanoma, Nancy Calder joins a new NCCC clinical trial to contribute to finding a cure.
In 2011, a persistent sore throat was the beginning of journey that led Gerrie Scott to Dartmouth-Hitchcocks Norris Cotton Cancer Center and a difficult diagnosis of carcinoma of the tongue.
Michael Marcroft has gotten to know NCCC as a volunteer and as a supporter of his father and three wives who all battled cancer. Recently, he acquired a new perspective: that of a patient.
Alejandra Casco, 36, recalls the moment she was diagnosed with melanoma in 2010.