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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Video: To the Brink and Back, A Story of Recovering from Cancer using an Adult Stem Cell Transplant

Cindy Schroeder had always lived an active life. A wife, mother of three, and special education teacher, Cindy drove more than 150 miles each day from school to school before returning home. Her life changed, however, when she began experiencing a crippling exhaustion upon waking, coughs that never seemed to go away, and eventually even trouble breathing. “Everything simple for others became a major deal for me,” recalled Cindy.

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New Video: Child with High Risk Leukemia Recovers after Adult Stem Cell Transplant

Today the Charlotte Lozier Institute released its newest Stem Cell Research Facts video telling the story of 10-year-old Devon Weaver of Arizona. For many years, Devon’s parents and doctors were mystified as to why he struggled with everyday activities such as sitting up by himself and feeding himself, and why at four years old his bone density was that of a two-year-old. Finally, when Devon was eight, he was diagnosed with Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) – a high-risk leukemia with a slim survival rate of 5 to 10 percent in children.

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