Leon Horn was just going for a routine physical examination that included a blood test. He certainly wasn’t expecting to hear that his white blood cell count was extremely low. That’s what the test showed, however, so his doctor sent him to Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology.
- Cancer Survivor: Leon Horn
“Cancer is the one word you never want to hear in your lifetime. When you do hear it, you want the best doctor.” “My surgeon sent me to Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology to see a new doctor. I’m beyond blessed to have him as my oncologist,” Heidi says.
- Cancer Survivor: Heidi Wise
“Well, Beck, at least you don’t have leukemia,” her local doctor said after he did blood work and diagnosed a respiratory infection. Thinking back to that fall of 2004, 10-year cancer survivor Becky Zimmerman says, “I’ll never forget those words.”
- Cancer Survivor: Becky Zimmerman
- Cancer Survivor: Suzanne Lenhart
“If it weren’t for FWMOH,” says John Schumacher, lung cancer survivor, “I wouldn’t be here today.” A mere nine months after being diagnosed with stage 3B lung cancer, John is only too proud to report that his cancer is in complete remission without any evidence of disease.
- Cancer Survivor: John Schumacher