In 2004, Barry was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma – a blood cancer. In an attempt to bring him into remission, he underwent 4 rounds of chemotherapy at Stanford. In November 2006, doctors told Barry and his family that his best chance for long-term remission was through a bone marrow transplant. His brothers were not a match. Barry found an unrelated match in February 2007 but was unable to receive his transplant. Barry passed away in April 2007 surrounded by his family.
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