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Friday, May 26, 2006

Schooling in Seattle

Posted By on Fri, May 26, 2006 at 6:07 AM

The NY Times features a school in Seattle for children and family of patients at a renowned cancer treatment center there. It mentions that one of the students is a child of Lt. Gov. Win Rockefeller, who's been in treatment in Seattle since last fall.

Colin Rockefeller, 16, from Little Rock, Ark., has spent most of his sophomore year at Hutch. His father, Win Rockefeller, the lieutenant governor of Arkansas, had a second bone-marrow transplant after the first one failed.

At the school, "there are always things happening, most good, but sometimes things don't work out," Colin said. "One of the first guys I met, his dad ended up dying."



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