Landon Kimich, 2, sleeps as he receives a chemotherapy treatment for neuroblastoma at Houston’s M.D. Anderson Cancer Center last May. Doctors are trying to make cancer treatments gentler for children.
Landon Kimich, 2, sleeps as he receives a chemotherapy treatment for neuroblastoma at Houston’s M.D. Anderson Cancer Center last May. Doctors are trying to make cancer treatments gentler for children. Pat Sullivan Associated Press file
Landon Kimich, 2, sleeps as he receives a chemotherapy treatment for neuroblastoma at Houston’s M.D. Anderson Cancer Center last May. Doctors are trying to make cancer treatments gentler for children. Pat Sullivan Associated Press file

Legislature shouldn’t put hurdles in way of cancer treatments

February 10, 2016 05:48 AM

UPDATED February 16, 2016 01:49 PM

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