Episode 48

The 2019 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Man and Woman of the Year

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On this episode, we interview Tim Houterloot, a ten year survivor of Hairy Cell Leukemia. Tim is a candidate for the Man & Woman of the Year award. Also joining us is Katelyn Sussli, a campaign specialist for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society as well as both this year's boy and girl of the year... Tyler and Piper! And of course their Moms are sharing the stories.

We discuss Douglas' experience in a previous year's campaign, Tim's journey, as well as the journey's of Tyler and Piper. Please, please, please help support the Leukemia and Lymphoma society. From research, to treatment, to education, to supporting the families... they do amazing work and make every single dollar count!

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Episode Links

  • Ten More for LLS — Support Tim Houterloot for the 2019 Man and Woman of the Year Award. Find out about Tim's fundraising events here!
  • Tim Houterloot's MWOY Fundraising Page — We really are getting close to our goal of a world without blood cancers! All donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible. They'll not only support LLS research, but patient services, advocacy, public and professional education, and community services as well.
  • Man & Woman of the Year — Man & Woman of the Year is a philanthropic competition to support blood cancer research among a group of motivated and dedicated individuals in communities across the United States. Candidates form powerful fundraising teams and compete in honor of two local children who are blood cancer survivors. The man and woman who have raised the most funds during the ten-week campaign are awarded the prestigious title of Man or Woman of the Year in their community. The man and woman who have raised the most across the entire US will be recognized as the national Man and Woman of the Year.
  • LLS - Indiana Chapter — Have you ever wondered “What can I do to help?” upon learning that a friend, family member, colleague or neighbor has been diagnosed with cancer? You are not alone. This is the most common question we hear. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society advocates on behalf of patients, serves patients, funds research and raises money to accomplish all of these things.