In November 1995, journalist Rebecca Perl was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She learned had a tumor in her chest, six months after giving birth to a baby boy. Months of chemotherapy and radiation proved unsuccessful, leaving only one treatment possibility: a lethal dose of chemotherapy followed by a life-saving bone marrow transplant. This award-winning documentary follows her through the transplant. We also produced a film of this story, which was broadcast on HBO.
Winner: duPont-Columbia Silver Baton Award; Edward R. Murrow Award; National Federation of Community Broadcasters Award; Silver Hugo Award; New York Festival World Medal for Health and Medical Information Award.