Alan Holtzman felt that an angel was on his shoulder when a chance meeting with another CLL patient directed him to a leading specialist. Watch his story.
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In 2008, at the age of 61, Bill Matthaei was diagnosed with
Plasma Cell Leukemia. He was an active cyclist, and even two months before his
diagnosis, was always very healthy.
Mr. Matthaei has been undergoing treatment for the past two years and,
as of today, his cancer is still detectable but at a very low level. He is
incredibly grateful of Dr. Daniel Moore at MultiCare Regional Cancer Center and
their partnership with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance for helping to treat
his condition. Mr. Matthaei is doing well today and very optimistic about his
By Andrew Schorr