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How Damien Thompson pushed himself to the limit

Damien Thompson was diagnosed with ALL in 2010 at the age of just 23. He underwent a donor-related allogeneic transplant and suffered severe GVHD. A number of years later post his bone marrow transplant, he had to undergo a double lung transplant.

Damien shares pearls of wisdom about how he got through the challenging transplant. He speaks about remembering to celebrate the small wins, as those small wins turn into big gains. Damien made it his challenge to not let leukaemia win.

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Last updated on May 17th, 2024

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