Cancer patient Brandy Cates cries as Connie Bossen tells her that the wig she picked out from the Duke Cancer Center boutique is free. Bossen is a volunteer with the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program. She and her husband Elliot Bossen were named 2014’s Light of Hope honorees at the program’s 24th Annual Tree of Hope Lighting Ceremony in December. Shawn Rocco/Duke Medicine
Cancer patient Brandy Cates cries as Connie Bossen tells her that the wig she picked out from the Duke Cancer Center boutique is free. Bossen is a volunteer with the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program. She and her husband Elliot Bossen were named 2014’s Light of Hope honorees at the program’s 24th Annual Tree of Hope Lighting Ceremony in December. Shawn Rocco/Duke Medicine Shawn Rocco Duke Medicine
Cancer patient Brandy Cates cries as Connie Bossen tells her that the wig she picked out from the Duke Cancer Center boutique is free. Bossen is a volunteer with the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program. She and her husband Elliot Bossen were named 2014’s Light of Hope honorees at the program’s 24th Annual Tree of Hope Lighting Ceremony in December. Shawn Rocco/Duke Medicine Shawn Rocco Duke Medicine

Working in Duke Cancer Center boutique like ‘medicine for the soul’

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