Chris Bradley’s Health Is Improving And He Is Moving Towards A Bone Marrow Transplant

Chris Bradley is totally kicking cancer’s butt, and we couldn’t be happier.

The chief meteorologist from WBNS 10TV has been battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia since March 2017, and even though he’s hit a few rough patches, his treatment is back on the right track.

“Miracles are real! My leukemia numbers are down by 2/3rds! Today doctors here at The James tell me a bone marrow transplant is likely this Spring. Thank your for all the prayers and support. God is good,” Bradley shared on his Facebook page.

Bradley underwent his ninth bone marrow biopsy on February 22 and since the results were good, he will hopefully receive a transplant in the upcoming months.

Chris Bradley awaiting his ninth bone marrow transplant. Photo via Facebook

In January, Bradley started a new clinical trial medication, one that is specific to his type of Leukemia, all in the hopes that he could get back into remission. He also shared that his original bone marrow donor is once again available through the bone marrow registry, meaning his upcoming transplant could come from, as he described it on Facebook, “my best match in the whole world.”

Keep fighting, Chris! We’re all right here with you, cheering you on.


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