Jack Whelan Maintains Positive Outlook on Life, Praises Dana-Farber’s Team for Hard Work

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Growing up, Jack Whelan collected phonograph records, a tradition he acquired from his family. He also learned to give to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Whelan has since been diagnosed with a rare blood cancer. At first, the future didn't look good. But with Whelan's positive attitude, family support and the hard work of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, he said that he now feels better than ever.

To hear more about Whelan's story, check out the video above.

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