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    The power of will: Chapter 2

    FOR LACEY PROJECT ONLY. Lacey_online_Photo - Info from source: Will Lacey with mother and father. September 10, 2007. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    At a fund-raiser for the Brockton VNA — a group that went to the Laceys’ house to draw labs, give shots, and administer chemo. Dina was eight months pregnant, and Will had just started preschool.
    Fundraising cookies --- fundraising cookies. September 23, 2007. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Hilaire’s Salon in Braintree hosted a “Cut-a-thon” in 2007 and raised nearly $20,000 for NB research and trials.
    FOR LACEY PROJECT ONLY. Lacey_online_Photo -Info from source: Will Lacey portraits. July 9, 2007. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will holding a toy for the family dog, Molly.
    ( CREDIT: Lacey family ) Taken on August 24, 2008 8.3.750720981 -- 4 year bday
    Lacey family
    Will turned 4 in 2008 and enjoyed the day — like all others — with joy and energy.
    chp5will5 ---- Will Lacey with dog. Taken on July 11, 2008. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will and his beloved dog Molly, now deceased.
    FOR LACEY PROJECT ONLY. Lacey_online_Photo -Info from source: Will Lacey with wading Pool Taken on June 1, 2008. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will being “Will” — because a plastic pool on a brick patio is a safe landing spot.
    ( CREDIT: Lacey family ) Taken on March 30, 2008 8.3.750720981 --
    Lacey family
    Out in the Lacey family backyard.
    7/21/2015 - Grand Rapids, MI - Helen Devos ChildrenÕs Hospital - Dr. Giselle Sholler, MD, runs the Neuroblastoma Translational Research Laboratory, which is focused on identifying new therapies for children with neuroblastoma. She runs a clinical trial wit the the drug D,L-?-difluoromethylornithine, or more commonly called DFMO. Story about DFMO by Billy Baker/Globe Staff. Photo by Dina Rudick/Globe Staff. Will Lacey
    Dina Rudick/Globe Staff
    Dr. Giselle Sholler, who took over Will’s care after he was labeled incurable.
    7/21/2015 - Grand Rapids, MI - Andr� S. Bachmann, Ph.D., cq, a professor in the College of Human Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and Human Development at Michigan State University, was instrumental in bringing an out-of-patent drug DFMO to clinical trial to combat the deadly pediatric cancer neuroblastoma. Story about DFMO by Billy Baker/Globe Staff. Photo by Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.
    Dina Rudick/Globe Staff
    Andre Bachmann, Ph.D., a professor in the College of Human Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and Human Development at Michigan State University, was instrumental in bringing an out-of-patent drug, DFMO, to clinical trial to combat the deadly pediatric cancer neuroblastoma.
    7/21/2015 - Grand Rapids, MI - These are DFMO pills. Story about DFMO by Billy Baker/Globe Staff. Photo by Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.
    Dina Rudick/Globe Staff
    DFMO pills.
    ( CREDIT: Lacey family ) Taken on December 7, 2008 8.3.750720981 --- 4 years old
    Lacey family
    The third year of Will topping the Lacey Christmas tree.