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Beth Bragg - February 2015
The Alaska Dispatch News recently wrote about Isaiah Vreeman, director of special events for the Alaska School Activities Association and cancer survivor. The article discusses Vreeman's cancer journey, including his return to work. Vreeman had a tumor on his pelvis, which led to 13 hours of surgery in September and resulted in very limited mobility.
"But as time passed, Isaiah gained mobility. He managed to make it to work two or three days a week, ASAA executive director Billy Strickland said, and he could perform some of his duties at home on a computer. In November, he attended the state volleyball tournament in a wheelchair."
For the full article, click here.
Original source: www.adn.com