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dr james c wittig, orthopedic oncologist, new york, new jersey
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“In a recent article that came across my desk, I paused and reflected  on the care given to one of my young patients who had an aggressive bone tumor years ago.   I was both honored and flattered to be called a ‘hero’ in an essay that was written by Samantha McCauley that earned her the “Robert Curatolo Scholarship Fund” award. If only Samantha and all children afflicted with such aggressive bone and soft tissue tumors realized:  they are the true heroes!! These tumors are quite the obstacles for anyone, let alone children.   It is their phenomenal, unwavering strength and endurance that keep me motivated in matching them in their fight to overcome.”   


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