chris, ALL survivor
In January 2013, Chris was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. At just 19 he spent the next year and a half undergoing monthly chemotherapy. December 20, 2014, was set to be the day for Chris's last chemo treatment. A month before, however, he received bad news. Chris had relapsed.
The only option left was a bone marrow transplant. In January 2015, Chris had another chance at life. Almost a year later, he is still in remission.
Chris also had the opportunity to serve as one of six directors for the Gainesville Light The Night Walk and raised more than $60,000. Help make someday today.
Every 3 minutes someone in the US is diagnosed with a blood cancer.
Despite progress, more than a third of blood cancer patients still do not survive five years after their diagnosis.
Every 9 minutes someone in the US dies of a blood cancer.
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