When Emily Dockrey learned she had leukemia, her world became one of pills, needles, painful tests and hair loss. But family, friends and God were with her each step of the way. Here she tells her story, hoping it will help other kids deal with serious illness.How Long Did You Say This Illness Lasts? the doctorsa#39; way of saying fight with chemicals rather thai radiation or surgery. And I was right ... After my main doctor left, a surgeon came to tell me Ia#39;d have an operation to put a Port-a-cath in my chest. A Port-a- cath is a kind ... With a port, nurses can take blood and put in chemotherapy more easily because they dona#39;t have to search for a good vein. That meansanbsp;...
|Title||:||You'll Never Believe What They Told Me|
|Author||:||Emily Dockrey, Karen Dockrey|
|Publisher||:||Chariot Family Pub - 1994|