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Entries for September 2008

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When September rolls around, Eleanor, 15, will join her classmates at Glen Rock High School for the start of another school year. The day will probably be fairly routine for her fellow juniors. But for Eleanor it will be a day to celebrate her return to school after missing most of her sophomore year to fight and survive bone cancer that attacked her upper left arm and shoulder. Eleanor's doctors at the John Theurer Cancer Center and the Tomorrows Children's Institute (TCI) for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Hackensack University Medical Center saved Eleanor's arm and shoulder and kept the cancer from spreading to other areas of her body.

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