The comeback kid
Nothing stops Kya Blake. When she was seven, an ordinary trip to the beach almost killed her. A sneaker wave buried her under a log. Kya’s skull was fractured, her heart stopped and her lungs filled...
Three dots marks the spot: My journey with breast cancer
Liberty Barnes, PhD, shares her cancer journey in this touching guest post. Liberty received treatment for breast cancer at OHSU.
Stomp out cancer: Game day photo gallery
This collaboration between Nike, OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital and University of Oregon raised funds and awareness for childhood cancer.
The unstoppable Laura Schroeder
Laura Schroeder came into the world as a question mark. How had she made it this far? Laura’s parents, Nanny and Ron Schroeder of Chiloquin, Ore., had been in suspense for several months. It was pai...
Doernbecher Freestyle: Stomp out cancer
On Sept. 9, 2017, the University of Oregon hit the field in a uniform designed by three young cancer survivors. From the helmet to the cleats, every part tells a story.
Freestyle 2017: Joe
It’s no exaggeration to say that football is Joe’s life. His passion for the game shines through as he describes playing his favorite positions: safety, wide receiver and running back. “Football...