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Giant Easter baskets donated to pediatric cancer patients

10:21 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
Sue Volenec, at left, and Samantha Beyer sit with 25 Easter baskets for pediatric oncology patients they helped deliver to Marshfield Clinic. The Tyler Volenec Foundation-Marshfield Chapter donates Easter baskets each year to children with cancer.
Sue Volenec, at left, and Samantha Beyer sit with 25 Easter baskets for pediatric oncology patients they helped deliver to Marshfield Clinic. The Tyler Volenec Foundation-Marshfield Chapter donates Easter baskets each year to children with cancer.
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Children diagnosed with cancer face daily challenges far tougher than multiplication tables and spelling tests at school.

Knowing what they're going through, Marshfield Clinic and its supporters do everything they can to lift the spirits of children who need to visit the Pediatric Oncology Department. The Tyler Volenec Foundation-Marshfield Area Chapter on April 1 donated 25 giant Easter baskets to ensure that local children and families dealing with cancer received a holiday treat.

"Parents who have a child with cancer are dealing with many overwhelming and emotional factors. ...

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