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  • Alex with Conrad

    Reaching New Heights

    February 13, 2018

    "Climbing forces you to think about your mortality and where you are in the big picture. We can’t choose the things that happen to us, but we can choose how we respond, and that’s why I chose the Abramson Cancer Center.”

    — Alex Wildman, rock climber, nurse, and lymphoma survivor

  • Nathanson family portrait

    Modern Science Meets Modern Love, Philly Style

    February 13, 2018

    Drs. Katherine (Kate) Nathanson and Andrew Ochroch’s meet cute is likely familiar to many of those who grew up and attended school in the Philadelphia area, as they did

  • LCgoldstein Broken photo 6

    Broken: One Womans Journey to Renewal

    December 15, 2017

    Lynne Goldstein is a photographer, long-time Philadelphian, and seven time cancer survivor. She has faced many battles both physically and emotionally, often finding herself “living life between cancers.”

  • Pat Carstensen and second husband Skip hiking

    Staying Positive

    December 05, 2017

    "When you decide where to undergo treatment, you have to trust the people who are treating you. As soon as we met our doctors at the Abramson Cancer Center, they had our full confidence." — Pat Carstensen, Abramson Cancer Center advocate.

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