Keith Oliver, patient 500 to received a stem cell transplant for a Hodgkins lymphoma on September 2015, posed next to a 500 balloons display during an event to celebrate the 500th stem cell transplant to treat cancer patients at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami, on January 14, 2016.
Keith Oliver, patient 500 to received a stem cell transplant for a Hodgkins lymphoma on September 2015, posed next to a 500 balloons display during an event to celebrate the 500th stem cell transplant to treat cancer patients at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami, on January 14, 2016. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com
Keith Oliver, patient 500 to received a stem cell transplant for a Hodgkins lymphoma on September 2015, posed next to a 500 balloons display during an event to celebrate the 500th stem cell transplant to treat cancer patients at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami, on January 14, 2016. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com

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