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Members of the Pretty Good Eggs Home and Community Education club worked on Breast Cancer Comfort Pillows last week at the Camo Quilt Project building in Plymouth. The special half-moon shaped pillows are used by breast cancer patients at the Sheboygan Aurora Vince Lombardi Cancer Center. They are placed under the arm of patients who have had lymph nodes removed from under their arm to protect the incision from rubbing against other incisions which may be on the patient’s breast or chest wall. 
Review photos byTeresa I. Hartle-Feldner Members of the Pretty Good Eggs Home and Community Education club worked on Breast Cancer Comfort Pillows last week at the Camo Quilt Project building in Plymouth. The special half-moon shaped pillows are used by breast cancer patients at the Sheboygan Aurora Vince Lombardi Cancer Center. They are placed under the arm of patients who have had lymph nodes removed from under their arm to protect the incision from rubbing against other incisions which may be on the patient’s breast or chest wall. Review photos byTeresa I. Hartle-Feldner




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