Pam’s Angel Kit Gives Comfort & Warmth

Pam’s Angel Kit Gives Comfort & Warmth

 

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We all need a little love once in a while… and if you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer and are receiving chemotherapy, check out the Pamela A. Kearby Foundation.   To help provide comfort and alleviate some of the more common side effects caused by chemotherapy, the foundation delivers Pam’s Angel Kits (PAK) to women undergoing treatment for breast cancer who live in the Dallas-Fort Worth (Texas) area FREE of charge.

 

The PAK includes items such as a soft travel pillow and a warm, cozy blanket plus an inspirational book, a glass water bottle, word search and crossword puzzle books to keep the mind active, lip balms & lotions, a PAK t-shirt and even a few nutritional snacks as a healthy diet has shown to be beneficial towards the healing process.

 

If you live outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, these bags are available for purchase.  (BTW, long term, the Foundation hopes to get these bags to as many men and women as possible, and not only for those with a breast cancer diagnosis but for any individual going through treatment regardless of where they live.)

 

If you know of a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy for a diagnosis of breast cancer or if you yourself are a patient and would like one of these comforting kits, please visit the Pamela A. Kearby Foundation or email them at pamsangels12@gmail.com.

 

 



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