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Ann Goldfarb is an outpatient social worker in the Leukemia Department at MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC). She began her career at MDACC in 2008 in the outpatient Stem Cell Transplant and Cellular Therapy Clinic. She finished both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Colorado, but decided to move back to Houston to be close to family. She has been working in the social work field for fifteen years with a variety of populations that include, but are not limited to: the geriatric population, children with developmental disabilities, homeless families, individuals recovering from substance abuse, high risk families, domestic violence, crime, rape, sexual assault and incest survivors, individuals with mental disorders. When she is not working she is running, practicing yoga, doing the Bar Method or chasing after her two wild boys Max and Will.