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Michael Gregory: A bone marrow transplant kept me in the kitchen.
Michael Gregory, an executive chef, experienced extreme bone pain in one of his legs.
When his original doctor couldn't find a cause, he turned to Baylor Scott & White Health. Blood tests showed Michael had acute myelogenous leukemia.
Thirty days of chemotherapy put the disease in remission. Michael then had a bone marrow transplant. He has been cancer free for 10 years.
"I couldn't have asked for a better experience. I made an excellent choice in going to Baylor. I'm sure that's why I'm here today."