HI MY NAME IS ANGIE

3X CANCER PATIENT , 2X BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT, CAR T CELL PIONEER, AND DOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANT PATIENT

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My Journey

Chapter 1:

2008 - 2011

First Leukemia Diagnosis
Make-A-Wish Trip 
Cancer Relapse

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Chapter 2:

2012 - 2015

Bone Marrow Transplant # 1
Bone Marrow Transplant # 2
CAR T Cell Therapy

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Chapter 3:

2016 - Present

Lung Graft vs. Host Disease
Lung transplant
Stroke & Hip Replacement

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Overview of my journey:

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My name is Angie Rose Lee, I’m 24 years old. Over the past 13 years I have had leukemia Leukemia 3 times, received 2 bone marrow transplants, and currently am 2 years post double lung transplant. 

I have received treatment at 5 different hospitals in both the United States and Canada.

The road has been long and difficult but today I am Cancer-free and breathing with new lungs! 

The purpose of this website is to share my story and in the process give hope to others with life threatening conditions.  I wish to create awareness for the desperate need of Bone Marrow and Organ Donations. 

In detailing my experiences over the years, I hope to help anyone in a similar situation who may be seeking answers to their questions, wanting a firsthand perspective, advice, or someone to talk to. 

Cancer can happen to anyone at any age. It happened to me. Life has been a struggle but throughout there have many memorable moments that would not hav happened otherwise! I salute all the healthcare professionals who treated me with kindness and respect. And of course my family, we were all in this together! 

Above are different stages of my medical journey through the years. This story was my personal experience. Please know the information and details I have written about were from my own understanding and how I perceived them. 

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