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The Hamilton Review

Oct 5, 2021

Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this riveting conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with childhood friend and author Larry Bradley to discuss his book, "Trials." 

An intense and true story about childhood cancer, you are not going to want to miss this important conversation.

Larry Bradley's Bio:

Larry Bradley grew up in Eureka, California, a small lumber and fishing town on the coast of Northern California. He later relocated to Oregon, where he earned a business degree from Linfield College in 1988. After building a successful 30-year business career in Eugene, Oregon, Bradley retired in 2018.  

He and Mary Lou, his wife of forty years, enjoy hiking, camping, and travel. They have two grown sons and two grandchildren.   

Bradley has volunteered for the better part of two decades for the American Cancer Society’s annual Relay for Life and for the American Childhood Cancer Organization, the premier support group for children with cancer in the United States. He has volunteered as an aide on the pediatric oncology floor at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Bradley is personally acquainted with scores of families who have a child with cancer.  

Trials is Bradley’s first book. He followed his nephew’s leukemia journey through multiple remissions and relapses, through an experimental bone marrow transplant, and watched him fight the disease until his eventual death at age thirteen. The author experienced first-hand the shock of having his son receive the same leukemia diagnosis eight years after his nephew’s death, and he witnessed the miracle of his son’s survival due to the prior clinical trials, including those his cousin participated in. 

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