non-hodgkin's lymphoma survivor
in remission since: 2009
sometimes a sign is all you need
After James learned his father was diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma he moved back home to help take care of him. James was a match for his father's stem cell transplant and was hopeful he could save his life. It started out that way, but three months after the transplant James was diagnosed with the same form of cancer. Two months later, James's father passed away. James couldn't help but think he was doomed to the same fate as his father. But, the day of his own stem cell transplant James saw a sign that quickly changed his mind and gave him hope.