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Living Green Marketplace Announces the Cancer Care Wellness Box to Bring Comfort to Cancer Patients During Medical Treatment
Date:7/30/2009

SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Living Green Marketplace, (www.LivingGreenMarketplace.com) an online marketplace offering healthy, sustainable and green products for the home and body, today announced the Cancer Care Wellness Box. Living Green Marketplace will donate a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the box to cancer organizations.

The Cancer Care Wellness Box is a truly helpful gift when a friend or loved one is diagnosed with cancer. The box is filled with organic and natural products which aid in the loved one's comfort and self-care. The contents of the box were carefully chosen to provide comfort during medical treatment. Oncology nurses from leading research hospitals, as well as, cancer patients were consulted for the development of the box. The Cancer Care Wellness Box is not a curative product for any illness; rather it supports comfort from common side effects associated with cancer treatment.

Inspired by her mother who was diagnosed with lung cancer, co-founder of Living Green Marketplace, Hannah DuVon, realized the great need for the Cancer Care Wellness Box. "People often feel helpless when someone they love is diagnosed with cancer. The Cancer Care Wellness Box allows family and friends to give a truly helpful gift. When a person receives something so thoughtful, and they realize that the gift acknowledges their illness, there is something comforting about it," said DuVon.

The Cancer Care Wellness Box is ordered online through www.LivingGreenMarketplace.com or www.WellnessCareBox.com. It is available for men and women in three sizes ranging from $49-$198. Also available online is the Kiddie Care Wellness Box (a box for children undergoing treatment) and the Comfort Care Wellness Box (a box for anyone who is ill, in of the hospital, or just had a baby).

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