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Assistance with reconstructive surgery
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BeverleyHughes posted:
I have started a non-profit organization that will launch January 2, 2012. S.C.A.R.S. - Skin Cancer Assistance for Reconstructive Surgery. I have had basal cell skin cancer for 15 years, have had over 100 biopsies and over 30 MOHS procedures. I have been fortunate to have insurance that would cover reconstructive surgery, but many do not. It is considered "elective surgery" in a lot of cases. You can communicate with us on Facebook until the website launches on January 2nd as well. The organization will provide financial assistance to people who cannot afford reconstructive surgery after skin cancer removal. We will be accepting applications for assistance immediately, but it may take a few months for funds to reach the level where we can offer assistance. Any volunteers that would like to become involved, please go to our FB page . . . S.C.A.R.S. Thanks so much!!

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