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  • St. Luke’s performs Idaho’s first childhood stem cell transplant

    Toddler Tatum Fontaine was three months old when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer that is most commonly found in children. At nine months, the Meridian boy endured high-dose chemotherapy and is now doing well thanks to the stem cell transplant. Historically, families have had to relocate for months to Seattle or Portland for the transplant. But not any more.

St. Luke’s performs Idaho’s first childhood stem cell transplant

Toddler Tatum Fontaine was three months old when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer that is most commonly found in children. At nine months, the Meridian boy endured high-dose chemotherapy and is now doing well thanks to the stem cell transplant. Historically, families have had to relocate for months to Seattle or Portland for the transplant. But not any more.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com