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A daughter Makes a Difference by making breast cancer masks

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A Stage II breast cancer survivor's daughter wants to make a difference and other breast cancer patients lives.

Kimberly Stratman's daughter is designing and selling breast cancer awareness face masks.

Baily Nelson says she wanted to help more people who are and may be in her mother's shoes.

Nelson has sold about 20 masks and raised close to $70.

She says all proceeds will go back to Blessing Breast Center.

"Cause there was so many sick days that she got, and so they did help her financially through her whole entire thing so we just wanted to give back so they could help more people like her," Nelson.

Nelson says if you would like to donate to the cause there are order forms at the Blessing Breast Center.


Breast cancer survivor speaks out

Charity Bell

Multimedia Journalist at WGEM

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