In February of 2011, Kate and Erik Krull noticed that something wasn’t quite right with their young daughter, Lucy. A visit with the pediatrician quickly landed them at Le Bonheur, where a CAT scan revealed that Lucy had a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer known as Medulloblastoma. Fortunately, Dr. Frederick Boop from Semmes Murphey was on call that day, and he and his team have played a key role in Lucy’s treatment. Six years (and multiple surgeries and setbacks later), Lucy shows no evidence of disease. Learn more about Lucy’s Story, and how doctors at Semmes Murphey Clinic are attracting patients like Lucy from around the country and the world.