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P.O. Box 224 Abingdon, MD 21009 

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Support Cancer Patients & Families

Book giveaways

We will be continuing a program that started in 2014 with Johns Hopkins to distribute "Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen" to patients undergoing treatments. We want to thank Guyette & Deeter for their generous donation in 2014 that helped us kick off this program and we are excited to continue in 2020.

 

PUSH baskets

A program that benefits individuals who are undergoing chemo treatments. The patient will receive a basket of small gifts, with the idea that on chemo days a gift can be opened that will bring a smile to someone's life. The gifts could be a book, lip balm, bath salts, natural soaps, comfy socks etc. and will include a personal note of encouragement.

Education

Health fairs and events where we share our mission and educate individuals/families about safer products and changes that can help create a healthier lifestyle.

Seminars that share information on cancer prevention. These could be hosted by Pushing Pink Elephants or done by an individual in their community or workplace.

  • Goal: gathering individuals together to learn about safe cleaning products, healthier beauty tips, ways to reduce chemicals, share product options and other tips to make healthy lifestyle choices.

    • Organize with friends, book or wine clubs

    • Organize with your employers and co-workers

    • Organize with your soccer, hockey, baseball or football families  

Research in Cancer Treatments and Prevention

Research and treatment options are always changing and the cost to fund a trial or study can be costly. Sometimes these trials are the last hope for someone dealing with a terminal diagnosis. Examples include:

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The content on the Pushing Pink Elephants website is not meant to serve as medical advice. Always consult a professional doctor regarding specific treatment options.