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Thanks to cancer research, Susan Hill was here to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary. She’s been able to watch her granddaughters grown up, and she’s become a mentor and friend to people with cancer all across the country. Susan has primary myelofibrosis (MF). It’s a rare blood cancer—only about 18,000 people are diagnosed with it each year in the United States. Today MF is considered a chronic, progressive, yet manageable disease, but when Sue was diagnosed in 2001, MF wasn’t even classified as a cancer—and it was considered terminal. That’s how far we’ve come—thanks to cancer research.
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