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Thirty-one hairpieces for children will be made through donations Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 10, 2011 Students, staff, and faculty from Anthem
A 9-year-old Florida boy says he grew a mullet so he could donate his long hair to children who lost their hair while being treated for cancer. Dustin Amara of Plantation said after his mother told him about children whose cancer has left them without hair, he decided to grow his hair in a mullet style -- long in the back, short on top, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Saturday. My mom told me about the people who couldn't grow hair because they had cancer and I wanted to help, said...
Cancer screening, nutrition, cervical cancer and HIV/AIDS are the focus of this year's fourth annual Khmer Health Forum on Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Cambodian Association of America building, 2390 Pacific Ave.
By Rachel Basinger A year after his last chemotherapy treatment, cancer survivor and Uniontown resident Steve Voytek Jr. has cut and donated his hair to the Locks of Love organization. In 2003 Voytek was diagnosed with testicular cancer and had surgery to remove the tumor.
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