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    The power of will: Chapter 3

    WillÕs fundraising jar ---- Will Lacey's fundraiser jar. Taken on June 11, 2011. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will with a fund-raiser jar in 2011.
    FOR LACEY PROJECT ONLY. Lacey_online_Photo - Info from source: Drawing by Will Lacey. Taken on February 12, 2011. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    For the Laceys, simple school projects like this would often take on a melancholy tone.
    Will settles into the hospital again --- Will Lacey at the hospital. Taken on June 12, 2009
    Lacey family
    Will getting outpatient chemotherapy in 2009 at Dr. Sholler’s clinic at the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital.
    ( CREDIT: Lacey family ) Taken on August 24, 2010 8.3.750720981
    Lacey family
    Will with sister Evelyn (middle) and baby sister Catherine in 2010.
    Will gets a hug from a man wearing a ÒCure me, IÕm IrishÓ t-shirt ---- : Will Lacey. Taken on March 6, 2010. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will hugging Pat at the Cure Me I’m Irish fund-raiser in March 2010.
    chp5will6.jpg --- Taken on May 17, 2009
    Lacey family
    Will testing out the long jump at Braintree High School, his dad’s alma mater, in 2009.
    WillÕs scan ---- Will Lacey going in for a scan. Taken on December 29, 2010. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will preparing for a nuclear medicine scan, one of the countless procedures he’s undergone through the years.
    7/21/2015 - Grand Rapids, MI - Helen Devos ChildrenÕs Hospital - Dr. Giselle Sholler, cq, pulls out deep-frozen tissue and cell samples relating to her research on neuroblastoma and DFMO. Her clinic keeps samples from each patient's tumors. Sholler 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.
    Dina Rudick/Globe Staff
    Dr. Giselle Sholler working with frozen tissue and cell samples as part of her research on neuroblastoma and DFMO.
    ( CREDIT: Lacey family ) Taken on August 24, 2010 8.3.750720981
    Lacey family
    Will’s sixth birthday party in 2010, just before he started first grade.
    FOR LACEY PROJECT ONLY. Lacey_online_Photo - Info from source: Will Lacey in the car. Taken on August 28, 2009. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will making his weekly round-trip from Braintree to Burlington, Vt., for treatment. His classmates thought he was “on vacation.”
    Lacey_online_Photo - ***For Will Lacey Project*** Info from source: Will Lacey during Christmas of 2011. (Lacey family)
    Lacey family
    Will, age 7, tops the Christmas tree in 2011.