Austin Dempsey, center, made a four-hour phone call to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Atlanta in an effort to get treatment for his mother, Stacey Dempsey, left, after she was diagnosed with cancer in 2014. Today she is in remission. At right is her oncologist, Dr. Ioana Bonta.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 6:00 PM
Watching his mother struggle with cancer forced Neshoba Central senior
Austin Dempsey to grow up way too fast. In fact, one might suspect that
she is in remission today because of a four-hour phone call the teenager
placed to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Atlanta in 2014,
begging for doctors there to save her life.