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from Walk families and supporters

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family member : Julie Bihn

Favorite part: Seeing other patients and their families who you have not seen in a very long time. Seeing all the nurses and support staff that we love.

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supporter : Steven Lin, Best Buddy

Favorite part: The opportunity to see old buddies and their families.

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family member : The Family of Katherine Sutter

The Rainbow of Heroes Walk is a meaningful part of our life. To honor and pay tribute to the children and families that endure the PBMT process is very important to us. We have participated in every one and travel each year from California to attend.

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family member : Heather Harpham

Today was very special -- the annual Rainbow of Heroes Walk. ... Basically it's an event where all the families come out into the sunny day and let their kids run wild and play, finally play, and just be CHILDREN, in groups and gaggles of other children, where they belong.

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supporter : Ann and Marty Murphy, TOP SCAMPS

We who have been blessed with healthy children and grandchildren are honored by and grateful for the opportunity...

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supporter : Tori Justice, TOP SCAMPS

Taking part in the Rainbow of Heroes walk was truly an unforgettable experience, not only for me, but for my mother, my husband, and our three children.

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supporter : Susan Reiland, TOP SCAMPS

To participate in the Duke PBMT Rainbow of Heroes Walk is to witness miracles in progress.

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supporter : Sharon Lee, TOP SCAMPS

It was a wonderful opportunity for team building and camaraderie while helping a cause near and dear to our Journal's mission.

supporter : Renea T. Hunnings, Duke Hospital Auxiliary

Our relationship with Jane Schroeder and her group has been very positive and supportive. We were a primary supporter for the very first Rainbow of Heroes walk and have supported each year since.

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family member : Sonya L. Evanosky

I first attended the walk when Jack was on 5200, and it offered me hope because I could see all of the other families who had gone through transplant...

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