Meet Jessica. Lymphoma Survivor. New York. Two years after surviving a massive heart attack, a heart transplant and a leg amputation at age 16, Jessica found a lump on her neck and was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL). After months of treatment, her cancer was in remission. Then, six years later, another lump turned out to be a different form of NHL. Jessica told herself she'd been through cancer once before and there was no reason she couldn't beat it again. By January 2008 she was back in remission, and finished treatment that May. Through all of this adversity, Jessica graduated with high honors from Princeton University, was named Glamour magazine's "Top 10 College Women of 2002," and has become the youngest member of LLS's New Jersey Board of Directors. This past September, Jessica participated in a media satellite tour to help promote blood cancer awareness month. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is focused on finding cures so that all blood cancer patients have outcomes like Jessica - not someday, but today.