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Old 10-06-2013, 12:10 PM   #25
Crafting. Procrastinating. Caffeinating.
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Here's mine! I used two for cancers we've lost close loved ones to, ovarian and lung cancer, and one that I blissfully have not encountered personally - childhood cancer - but I recently read an article about how little awareness it has.

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I'd like to make some cards for cancers that our extended family has survived - bladder, breast, melanoma, prostate, etc - but that will have to be later in the month!

Thanks for the great challenge, Misti!

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