Michelle Potter

Michelle Potter currently is the Communication Specialist for the Kimmel Cancer Center Public Affairs team. She has been with the Public Affairs office for over the past five years.

Michelle has bachelor’s degrees in Speech Communication with an option in Public Relations from Millersville University.

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Heather Von St. James May 21, 2014 at 4:34 pm

Hi there! My name is Heather Von St. James and I was wondering if someone could email me about my story of surviving cancer. I can be reached at hvsj12 at gmail dot com - Thanks! I hope to hear from you soon. :-)

Heather

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Michelle Warren April 28, 2014 at 10:28 pm

Hey! I wanted to let you know that I am currently blogging about my successful treatments at the Johns Hopkins Sarcoma Center with Dr Nita Ahuja. The site is: blog-shellywarren.com

My treatments are almost complete and I'll be out of the hospital soon. I have had a fantastic experience since I first met Dr. Ahuja back in November. I live several hours away and my family and friends have been worried because I had a bad experience being treated at another hospital five years ago. The first reason I started the blog is to let them know how great everyone is up here, so they don't worry. The second reason is that in the long term I would like to help spread the word about what a huge different it makes to get treatment at an actual sarcoma center.

Thank you for all that you do! Michelle Warren

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