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Faith, Love, Hope

Monday, September 21, 2009

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Four-time cancer survivor Meschell Lingle of New Madrid (left) and registered nurse Kim Peters of the Missouri Delta Cancer and Infusion Center in Sikeston sort through The Lydia Project totes. The totes provide a message of "hope, faith and love" and are filled small with gifts for cancer patients to use.
(Photo by Leonna Heuring, Staff)
MDMC partners with Lydia Project

leonnah@standard-democrat.com

SIKESTON -- After surviving a bout with lung cancer and, most recently, brain cancer, Doris Larry said she cheered up when she received her "Lydia" tote full of small gifts.

Larry's tote was green -- her favorite color -- and had the word "faith" sewn on the front.

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