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  • O'Fallon city manager fights second round of cancer

    O’Fallon City Administrator Walter Denton is fighting a form of blood cancer that prevents his bone marrow from producing a high level of platelets. His treatment for sarcoma triggered the second cancer. Alongside the biggest international bone marrow registry, Be The Match, Denton hopes that other patients will find hope in their fight so a marrow registry drive was held Tuesday.

O’Fallon City Administrator Walter Denton is fighting a form of blood cancer that prevents his bone marrow from producing a high level of platelets. His treatment for sarcoma triggered the second cancer. Alongside the biggest international bone marrow registry, Be The Match, Denton hopes that other patients will find hope in their fight so a marrow registry drive was held Tuesday. pmccarthy@bnd.com
O’Fallon City Administrator Walter Denton is fighting a form of blood cancer that prevents his bone marrow from producing a high level of platelets. His treatment for sarcoma triggered the second cancer. Alongside the biggest international bone marrow registry, Be The Match, Denton hopes that other patients will find hope in their fight so a marrow registry drive was held Tuesday. pmccarthy@bnd.com

O’Fallon city administrator fights second round of cancer

July 29, 2015 11:30 AM