Our Patients. Their Stories.
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.
In 2011, a persistent sore throat was the beginning of journey that led Gerrie Scott to Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center and a difficult diagnosis of carcinoma of the tongue.
Kerry Clifford's first interaction with Dartmouth-Hitchcock set the positive tone for every interaction she's had during her cancer treatment.
Alejandra Casco, 36, recalls the moment she was diagnosed with melanoma in 2010.
In February 2013, Debra Beaupre was waiting to hear back from Harvard about graduate school. She never expected that she would begin an entirely different journey - treatment for breast cancer.
For the last 45 years, Jim Bonney, 69, has been living with cancer.
After losing 20 percent of his lung capacity following surgery for cancer, Merle Schotanus was determined to ride in the Prouty.
Nine-year-old Jack Deliso is back playing football after having a mass at the base of his spine removed.
When John Ogden was diagnosed and treated for rectal cancer, the typically active and athletic 46-year-old had been dealing with bouts of exhaustion.
The first year of an MBA program is notoriously demanding. But Eugene Hooi's first year at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth was even more challenging after he was diagnosed with a rare cancer.