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  • Cancer survivor Cary Mock sings 'O Holy Night'

    Listen to Cary Mock play and sing “O Holy Night” in his Overland Park home. Mock, who has performed with the Quality Hill Playhouse and sung the National Anthem at Kauffman Stadium, was diagnosed with cancer two years ago and received a bone marrow transplant from his sister. He is recovering, although his progress has been complicated by graft-versus-host disease, a treatable condition in which the transplanted cells attack the recipient's body.

Cancer survivor Cary Mock sings 'O Holy Night'

Listen to Cary Mock play and sing “O Holy Night” in his Overland Park home. Mock, who has performed with the Quality Hill Playhouse and sung the National Anthem at Kauffman Stadium, was diagnosed with cancer two years ago and received a bone marrow transplant from his sister. He is recovering, although his progress has been complicated by graft-versus-host disease, a treatable condition in which the transplanted cells attack the recipient's body.
Allison Long and David Frese The Kansas City Star