Barbara Davis Goldman poses for a photo with her grandson Davis several years after receiving chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant. Goldman, who was diagnosed in 2003 with AL amyloidosis, is now in remission and hopeful that a new drug therapy will give others an easier road to recovery.
Barbara Davis Goldman poses for a photo with her grandson Davis several years after receiving chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant. Goldman, who was diagnosed in 2003 with AL amyloidosis, is now in remission and hopeful that a new drug therapy will give others an easier road to recovery. Jerome Goldman Contributed
Barbara Davis Goldman poses for a photo with her grandson Davis several years after receiving chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant. Goldman, who was diagnosed in 2003 with AL amyloidosis, is now in remission and hopeful that a new drug therapy will give others an easier road to recovery. Jerome Goldman Contributed

Chapel Hill News

March 22, 2017 2:25 PM

UNC drug trial may give amyloidosis patients longer, better life

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