This design is a gift from me to my friends, one of whom is on a difficult journey with Pancreatic Cancer. All funds from sales of these products will be donated to Pancreatic Cancer research.
IT’S A NEW WORD by Diane Forsyth
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Video from an event at Town Square on Nov. 15 with guest speakers to help raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. Informative speeches begin about 4:40.
Tax deductible contributions by be sent to MGH Cancer Center. Be sure to write “pancreatic cancer” on the ‘for’ line.
MGH Cancer Center Development Office
c/o Andy Kitaff
165 Cambridge St, Suite 600
Boston MA 02114
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In support of Ramsey’s efforts to bring awareness, Franklin’s Board of Aldermen joined the Macon County Board of Commissioners in unanimously approving a proclamation not only designating November as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in the county, but specifically Nov. 15 as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness day.
The reason that I chose a butterfly for the design is because the butterfly is a symbol that is widely accepted as representing a strong spirit. This butterfly represents our strong Diane. The butterfly makes a long and dangerous journey. It has to be strong spirited and lucky too in order to reach its destination. Our Diane is one of the luckiest people I know and she is strong spirited … and as beautiful as any butterfly.