A younger Stacy L. Cooper, MD, had no idea she would one day be honored as a Sohn Fellow working at the preeminent Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, and juggling clinical care while developing novel therapies for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Caroline was a loving 3 year old who lived in Alabama. When a bruise emerged by her eye, her doctors discovered she had neuroblastoma. Despite an amazing turnaround, Caroline's disease returned and she passed away, leaving behind a legacy of joy. Read more »
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