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Brian Kredo

Bladder Cancer

Brian Kredo

Bladder Cancer

My name is Brian Kredo and I am 53 years old. I work as a lawyer and live in Bucks County, which is in suburban Philadelphia, with my wife Jodi and my two teenage children.

A few years ago, I noticed some drops of blood at the end of my urine stream. When I went to see my urologist, he ran some tests, and the results came back atypical. He said we’d need to do a biopsy, but he was going on vacation for two weeks, so he wanted to do it when he got back. That felt like too long to wait.

Donna McAllister

Bladder Cancer

Donna McAllister

Bladder Cancer

I was treated with compassion, given hope, and kept informed of every facet of my treatment.

Felix (Phil) Sanchez

Bladder Cancer

Felix (Phil) Sanchez

Bladder Cancer

I follow up with people and act as a mentor. I let them know they are able to contact me at any time, and I can offer them peace of mind from someone who has been where they are headed.

Bill Doyle

Bladder Cancer

Bill Doyle

Bladder Cancer

Bill Doyle always knew he wanted to be on the radio. As one half of the Deminski & Doyle talk radio show on New Jersey 101.5, life was good for Bill until he was diagnosed with bladder cancer at 52. After surgery and several rounds of chemotherapy, Bill is back on the airwaves, thanks in part to the support of his family and the countless 101.5 listeners who have offered words of support during his cancer journey.

Tom Maguire

Bladder Cancer

Tom Maguire

Bladder Cancer

"In 2018 I was diagnosed with muscle invasive bladder cancer, which seemed like it would end my diving, but also provided me a new way to give back."

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