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Grateful Patient Gives Back

Darby Steadman, breast cancer survivor and one of the Johns Hopkins patients featured in the Baltimore Sun series, “Trial of Their Lives” organized an open house tour in December to raise funds for breast cancer research. The event raised more than $13,000 and will support the vaccine work of Leisha Emens, M.D., Ph.D.

Left to Right: Caring Collection's Bobbie Burnett, Darby Steadman, and Dr. Leisha Emens
Left to right: Caring Collection's Bobbie Burnett, Darby Steadman, and Dr. Leisha Emens

A check presentation is scheduled for February 13 at 11:00 am in the ceremonial lobby of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.                                               

 

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