Our Patients. Their Stories.
Kim Levitch becomes the first patient at Norris Cotton Cancer Center to undergo the newest cancer immunotherapy, CAR T-cell therapy.
Four years after completing treatment for colon cancer, Dia Draper reflects on life in survivorship and the complex emotions and changes in life perspective that come along with surviving a serious illness.
Participating in clinical trials gives breast cancer patient Amy Visser-Lynch a new outlook on life.
Kelly Laperle, RN, a nurse in the Hematology-Oncology Suite, shares her story of the care she received as a patient at DHMC.
Dr. Hines is the Nicholas M. Greene Professor of Anesthesiology at the Yale Medical School and Chief of Anesthesiology at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Almost four years after a brain cancer diagnosis, Stig Hansen is back doing what he loves most.
Music enthusiast, Kevin Laski tells his story through the creation of an illustrated comic-like rock and roll movie, representing his life, memories and recurring battle with multiple myeloma.
From Andy Gluss’s perspective, weekly blood tests and regular transfusions for a blood disorder qualify him as a “frequent flyer” in Norris Cotton Cancer Center’s Hematology unit.
Anne Holmes was fortunate to find a genetic match in her sister, Katie, and undergo a successful stem cell transplant. Katie’s gift also came with a little something extra that these sisters now share.
Husband and wife, Michael and Gloria Lopez, share their story of nearly identical lung cancer diagnoses two years apart, and their love for the doctor who was there for them every step of the way.