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Life Derailed: Facing Cancer as a Teen

September 20, 2012

http://pulse.seattlechildrens.org/life-derailed-facing-cancer-as-a-teen/

 

Source - On the Pulse Blog


In June 2006, just five days before high school graduation, Heather Krich was diagnosed with cancer. She was 18 years old and while all of her friends were about to go off to college and taking senior trips to Mexico and Hawaii, she took a trip to the inpatient clinic at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

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