Vermont Girl Gets Second Bone Marrow Transplant

March 04, 2014

ChristineDuncan

When 12-year-old Lindsey Sturtevant left her Vermont hometown to get a bone marrow transplant for acute myelodysplastic syndrome, a pre-leukemia condition, her community gave her a big send-off. Now WCAX-TV visited her in her hospital room.

"Our goal is that Lindsey has a very long and healthy life without any risk of disease reoccurrence and that she can grow up to do whatever her dreams are and fulfill them," Christine Duncan, MD, the girl’s pediatric hematologist/oncologist, told the station.

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