Kyle Hicks smiles while listening to the well wishes a friend was giving him during a going-away celebration for the 20-year-old Hicks. Hicks, who suffers from a rare and painful skin disorder, will undergo a bone marrow transplant next month in an attempt to cure the disease. He is scheduled to report to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis on April 25 for testing. After chemotherapy, the bone marrow transplant should take place in May.
Kyle Hicks smiles while listening to the well wishes a friend was giving him during a going-away celebration for the 20-year-old Hicks. Hicks, who suffers from a rare and painful skin disorder, will undergo a bone marrow transplant next month in an attempt to cure the disease. He is scheduled to report to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis on April 25 for testing. After chemotherapy, the bone marrow transplant should take place in May. The Wichita Eagle
Kyle Hicks smiles while listening to the well wishes a friend was giving him during a going-away celebration for the 20-year-old Hicks. Hicks, who suffers from a rare and painful skin disorder, will undergo a bone marrow transplant next month in an attempt to cure the disease. He is scheduled to report to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis on April 25 for testing. After chemotherapy, the bone marrow transplant should take place in May. The Wichita Eagle

For Kyle Hicks: A summer of hope

April 22, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 22, 2011 04:28 PM

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