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June 21, 2019

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Rick Derrickson

Daniel,
Sue and you navigated through a torturous time with love and bravery.
Hopefully the knowledge you helped to expand will create better outcomes for people in the future.

Sue Barvenik

Daniel,
Thank you for this post on Sue’s second birthday and sharing the hopeful developments that bone marrow transplants may not be necessary some day in the treatment for this leukemia.I hope the research moves forward quickly to save the lives of everyone battling this disease.
Sue made such a positive difference in so many lives, including mine, and I endeavor to keep passing that forward.
Take care, Sue B.

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