Children’s Mercy Hospital oncologist Doug Myers, left, celebrates with Lucas Novick on stage during the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend benefit in June. Novick, a Nashville musician, was part of a groundbreaking gene therapy study at Children’s Mercy Hospital that sent his leukemia into remission and has now been approved for commercial use.
Children’s Mercy Hospital oncologist Doug Myers, left, celebrates with Lucas Novick on stage during the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend benefit in June. Novick, a Nashville musician, was part of a groundbreaking gene therapy study at Children’s Mercy Hospital that sent his leukemia into remission and has now been approved for commercial use. Submitted by Children’s Mercy Hospital.
Children’s Mercy Hospital oncologist Doug Myers, left, celebrates with Lucas Novick on stage during the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend benefit in June. Novick, a Nashville musician, was part of a groundbreaking gene therapy study at Children’s Mercy Hospital that sent his leukemia into remission and has now been approved for commercial use. Submitted by Children’s Mercy Hospital.

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