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You guys have helped me so much during this trying time.  Cancer can be so ugly, but you guys are beautiful. - M.W.

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I want to thank everyone for their hard work, compassion and loving kindness that you have shown and continue to show toward me. Cancer robs us of almost everything, but helpful and caring organizations like yours give me the strength to fight my disease with all my might! - P.J.

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I can't even begin to explain, but I am so thankful for your help, it really made a difference and always came just as I needed it.  Thank you all sincerely from the bottom of my heart and I truly appreciate it! - D.C.

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From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for providing me with a compression sleeve and glove plus 2 bras.  This is an amazing resource with very caring and understanding staff. - D.P.

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Thank you so much for providing me with a compression glove and compression sleeve for my lymphedema.  Treatment costs associated with my breast cancer have become a burden and you eased that burden by helping with this treatment at no cost.  Thanks again! - R.M.

Vicki Blevins-Booth

Vicki attended Midway College and is the founder and Executive Director for the Kentucky CancerLink (formally known as Kentucky Pink Connection).  Vicki has over 20 years of management experience.  Prior to the Kentucky CancerLink, Vicki was owner and manager of VDK Turning Point, a specialty boutique with products designed for women fighting breast cancer. Vicki is a certified patient navigator through Dr. Harold Freeman’s Lauren Institute.  In 2012, Ms. Blevins-Booth received the Fayette County Public Health Hero Award, The American Red Cross Hero of the Year for Fayette County and was also named as one of the Twenty Women Leading Kentucky.

Kentucky CancerLink is supported in part by:

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THANK YOU to REGAL for supporting Kentucky CancerLink! We have been awarded a $5,000 grant! The fun part about this award is one of our UK Health Management interns, Justin Kellum, found the grant, co-wrote and submitted this past spring! #UNTIL ... See MoreSee Less

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