Cancer SuXs...

This is about my life as a leukemia and bone marrow transplant survivor.
 It is about my personal experience and cancer activism.

In September of 1993, I had a very successful bone marrow transplant at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. I owe my life to my brother John, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and the doctors and staff of Group Health Cooperative. I am very grateful to Dr. Don Thomas whose research made my treatment possible. Of course, I must not forget my dear wife and caregiver. Carol is my  love of 48+ years (Met May 1962; married May 11, 1963) and the mother of our four children. No words can express how important she is to my life and recovery.

 

Dottie and Dr. Thomas 

Hutch Patients Reunion July 2005


 Distinguished Couple


Carol and Bob


Distinguished Survivors

 

Todd Coburn, Bob Farmer, & Amy Houser
The Hutch Gala December 7, 2002


The Real Survivor


Winter 98/99
Life after cancer
My story


Home Town Survivors
with Dr. E. Donnall Thomas



Hutch Patients Reunion July 2000
Bremerton Washington


Hutch Survivors
with Dottie and Dr. Thomas



Spirit of Seattle 2000


My Links

First there was Chemo and then there was Prednisone. Watch out World!

Bob Farmer


Treatment, research and support

 Please send me more cancer fighting links.
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Activism


My home page


"Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can make a difference. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever really has."

-- Margaret Mead


I welcome your comments and suggestions.
Bob Farmer
Email - robert.farmer@comcast.net
Homepage - http://oc.itgo.com

Last Updated on 03/13/14