Dr. O'Reilly has been treating children with cancer for nearly 50 years — here's why he thinks a cure is on its way

Nearly 50 years ago, Dr. Richard O'Reilly began his career as a pediatric oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. Considered the "God of bone marrow transplantation," Dr. O'Reilly's research has been instrumental in forever changing the course of cancer treatment. In this episode of LIFERS, find out why he believes that a cure for this disease, which affects one in three people, is on its way.

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In current culture, millennials move from job to job in order to climb the ladder. The average time spent at a company is just two years. For baby boomers and other generations, this was not the norm. Loyalty and dedication to a single company or career drove, and still drives, many of their careers. Lifers features these dedicated, loyal workers who have been in their jobs for years and years. Will they retire? Are they prepared to?

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