Posts Tagged ‘Hem/Onc’

Bends in the road

Below, Doernbecher dad Jerris Marr shares his family’s incredible journey – and invites you to help make a difference in the lives of other patients and families. Throughout life’s journey there are bends in the road that you never see coming. July 2007. During a family vacation, we noticed that our 4-year-old daughter Faith’s back was not bending as it should; she frequently complained of pain. At one point, when lightly wrestling with her brother, … Read More

Lizzy’s Doernbecher story

When 10-year-old Doernbecher Freestyle patient-designer Lizzy Olivan came down with a fever last summer, her mom Beatriz knew something wasn’t right. We sat down to learn more about Lizzy (now 11) and her battle against Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). *** Can you tell us more about Lizzy’s diagnosis? Last August, she came down with a fever. I gave her some Tylenol and kept a close eye on her. After four days, I took her to … Read More

A Q&A with Pediatric Hem/Onc nurse Lily

Happy Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses Day! We appreciate our incredible nurses every day of the year, but wanted to show some extra love for the RNs who care for our Hem/Onc patients. We snagged a few minutes with Registered Nurse Lily Doebler to ask why she chose this career, what inspires her and more! What made you decide you wanted to be a Hem/Onc nurse? After I finished my undergraduate degree, I had no idea what I wanted to do. … Read More

Doernbecher Best in the Country U.S. News & World Report

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