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Seattle Children’s patient Skyler Hamilton shares his story with Pat Cashman during the Guild Association’s 2011 Annual Meeting on April 1, 2011. Skyler was diagnosed with metastatic medullablastoma in 2006, a diagnosis requiring brain surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, physical and occupational therapy and rehabilitation. Skyler is now cancer-free, and as you’ll see in the video, quite a character!
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