Aflac, the nation’s number one supplemental insurance company. Their Cancer Center in Atlanta. GA is the nation’s largest childhood cancer centers in the country.
While it is amazing and wonderful that so many children are able to live longer thanks to medical technology, many of the programs at the Aflac Cancer Center focus on life after cancer. It is because of programs like DuckPrints that childhood cancer survivor Trisha Gaffney was able to fulfill her lifelong goal of becoming a mother. You see, if it hadn’t been for Trisha attending the Cancer Survivor Program almost 14 years after she finished treatment, she never would have known she was unable to carry a baby.
Even today, Cancer remains the number one cause of death for people under 15 years of age. Aflac’s Duckprints program is committed to seeing an end to childhood cancer. Aflac has already been able to donate $87 million dollars to the Aflac Cancer Center and they hope to meet $100 million by 2015. These donations will help to add to the list of the already 75 childhood cancers that can be cured.
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