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We're honored to be able to contribute to this heartfelt event ~ Friday, October 23, 2015 is going to be a special evening. The Sparkle of Hope event held in Madison which honors gynecologic cancer survivors as well as raising research dollars for the Gynecologic Oncology Program at the UW Carbone Cancer Center will take place. Those of us in the Madison area are so fortunate to have the staff and support at Carbone in our neighborhood as many travel very long distances to be treated by the specialists at this institute.
The event includes a sit-down dinner, silent and live auction, a program featuring patients and caregivers of the UW Carbone Cancer Center and the Division of Gynecologic Oncology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
According to the Cancer Center, it's their mission to do everything it can to make a difference in the lives of those who are affected by cancer. The education, awareness, prevention, and treatment advances can help to spare the families the suffering and tragedy that cancer, and its many forms, can cause.
Our local Channel 3 has done a story for this week's event. View this story here. There is a survivor profile and more background that goes into the type of work and research at UW. So touching. We've been fortunate enough to meet the cancer survivor in the story, Caroline, and she has become a Qet friend and fellow advocate for our products.
We have many cancer surviving Qet friends and customers who know how important it is to take care of themselves with products and treatments that don't compromise their health. Every self-care moment should be pampering and body loving, with no exception.
We do have direct control over the ingredients we eat and what we put on our bodies. Qet Botanicals is very proud of our ingredient list and the pleasure and positive results our customers receive when using our products.
Read your ingredient lists, reach out to others when you can, and be grateful that there are those out there that truly want to remove these health intruders from our homes.
This is a celebration of women that have bravely fought this disease, as well as raising awareness, effective screening, and prevention to truly make a difference in the lives and families of all women. If you cannot attend the event, consider contributing in any way you can.
Here's to better health!