A little boy battling leukemia got a huge surprise from the Tewksbury Police Department Thursday.
Aybel Martin checked in to Boston Children’s Hospital as he prepares for chemotherapy or radiation before a bone marrow transplant. A 100% match was found from a stranger.
On Wednesday, the Shertenlieb household will once again be whole.
Last month, Mary Shertenlieb was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. But in just 16 days, thanks to the outpouring of support from friends new and old, family and thousands of Toucher & Rich listeners, she won her battle and is cancer free.
Rich shared some amazing news Friday morning on Toucher & Rich: After just 16 days, Mary Shertenlieb is now cancer free.
Five-year-old Jack Curran of Kingston served as the official presenter of the game ball to Pat the Patriot.
One last thing: Burlington High School’s 2012 varsity ice hockey team recently played a game they will never forget.
A 2-year-old Rockland girl is donating her bone marrow to her little sister, who has a very rare form of leukemia.
Erin Cortright was fighting Leukemia when she was told she had months to live. Then Carrie Atkins stepped in and donated her bone marrow.
There could also be a new drug to help patients with Parkinson’s disease. Most of the drugs on the market right now only target the symptoms. But Paula Ebben shows us how a new approach could actually slow down the progression of the disease.