Here we present to you some of our published stories. They have been created with love.
We hope you feel that as you watch.
Healing in Selflessness
Finding a Reason to Fight
It Will Be Grand
Words of Pain: Sickle Cell
Breathing Through New Lungs
Lilly's Strength and Gratitude
In memory of this wonderful young lady, Lilly Toxavidis. She was the very first patient that we filmed, and the very inspiration for what we do today. We are so honored to have met Lilly and her family,
A Tribute to Megan Kardatzke (We Love and Miss You)
Megan battled Acute Myeloid Leukemia bravely since her first diagnosis two years ago. She was a model, a gamer, and had aspirations to become an anesthesiologist. Her assertiveness and strength, built into a 6-foot tall woman, would only hide the sweet, funny girl whose hugs everyone loved. As it was tattooed on her back, "sometimes you've gotta fall before you fly."
The Cost of Medicine in the US
WILLIAM SLAYTON, MD
"For one of the medicines to cost a hundred thousand dollars is just too high. And then you consider the fact that they need ten medicines."
The Current State of Cancer Drug Development
DANIEL TENEN, MD
"I am not very politically correct about this, but this is the truth."
The Issue with Mice in Cancer Research
MAHMOUD BASSAL, PHD
"We know how to cure cancers in mice so well, we are great at it. Very poor at curing it in humans, because the work doesn't translate across."
Finding Purpose in Hematology
"When you see young people dying and you, yourself, are very young, that impacts your perspective of life."