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February 6, 2014 - T-shirt Sale Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Patients
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Above: Pamela Rogers-Frink (left) poses with the BFFL Bag creator, Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson.

Pamela Rogers-Frink, a phlebotomist in the laboratory at USA Medical Center, wanted to do something to help breast cancer patients. 

For the second year in a row, she held a hospital-wide T-shirt sale in September and October of 2013. She handled every detail – from designing the shirts to promoting the sale to pick up and delivery.  

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More than 300 shirts were sold and the sale raised more than $700.  Rogers-Frink donated the money to the BFFLBag program at Mitchell Cancer Institute. The bags are designed for breast cancer patients who have had surgery, and contain essential items for recovery and the transition home. 

Her dedication and hard work did not go unnoticed. Rogers-Frink was also recognized by USA Medical Center as Employee of the Month for October 2013.

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