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Hope Made Visible @Moffitt Cancer Center

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Published on Sep 20, 2013

Hope Made Visible™ is one of San Diego Cancer Research Institute's programs dedicated to improving the quality of life for cancer patients through complementary integrative modalities. Facilitated by expressive art therapist Alessandra Colfi, both patients and caregivers create 6"x 8" prayer flags that reflect their hopes and dreams. The goal of Hope Made Visible™ is for patients to feel connected, to display and share flags locally and internationally. Email hopemadevisible@sdcri.org or visit out website: www.SDCRI.org.
100 silk flags have been created by patients at Moffitt Cancer Center ~ Arts in Medicine Program, Tampa Florida
Music credits:
"What Grass is This We Lie Upon" by Dean Evenson
Courtesy of Sounding of the Planet, celebrating peace through music for 30 years

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