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Jamie’s Story

Jamie’s Hodgkin’s lymphoma story defines what GRYT is.

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Karen’s Story

Karen defines GRYT as a caregiver and shares about her daughter being diagnosed at 16 with ALL, a form of leukemia. She is now a childhood cancer advocate.

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FDA approves Onureg (azacitidine tablets) for acute myeloid leukemia

In February 2021, the FDA announced the approval of Onureg, a new oral formulation of a drug used for remission continuation therapy in adults with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Gryt Health Chief Medical Officer breaks this down for our community.

Gryt Team Member Stories

Christian Shares His Story

Gryt Health Team member Christian shares his experience with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and why he is so committed to helping people who need support while tackling healthcare diagnoses. 

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Michelle shares her poem, Captivated.

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Brooklyn Tells Her Story at CancerCon

Words cannot describe what an incredible woman Brooklyn is. Here is her story from CancerCon 2019. Still donning a feeding tube, she describes the challenges and feelings surrounding the decision to end treatment.

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Patrick’s Story

Patrick defines GRYT as a brain cancer survivor.

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Aging Out of AYA: What’s Next? Program Summary

The Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) age group is a niche population of the cancer community with special challenges and needs. Being diagnosed at that time presents unique experiences, but what happens when you become too old for that subset? We talked with survivors who are preparing to age out and those who have already aged out to work towards finding solutions to the gap in services between AYA and elderly. See what they had to say and add your 2 cents if you fit this description!

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