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Father's Day- Gift Giving During Cancer Diagnosis

Father’s Day- a special day to let dad know you’re thinking of him! But what can you do if he’s currently going through a cancer diagnosis? Although you may think he’s not in the right mind set to celebrate Father’s Day, it may be just what the doctor ordered! Spending time with family and loved ones is often what is needed during these challenging days. Whether just diagnosed or in the middle of surgery or treatment, having those closest around you can be helpful and offer some much-needed distraction to those everyday thoughts waning heavily on his mind. Bringing family together helps to find some “normalcy” to what is everything but that! In addition to the gift of being there… what are s

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