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3 May 2019

The bracelets #tmWendelFcancer from Mr. Brad Chamberlain allows to raise $9,000 for the Oncology clinic at the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation

PRESS RELEASE
May 2, 2019

Bathurst – Mr. Brad Chamberlain (Wendel), a patient from the Oncology clinic at the Chaleur Regional Hospital who is currently fighting esophagus cancer, decided a few months ago to organize a bracelet sale for the benefit of the Oncology Clinic of the Chaleur Regional Hospital. The blue bracelets were distributed at a cost of $2. People responded quickly to the invitation and $ 9,000 was raised.

«Bracelets represent the team and the support our family received during our battle. The support has been incredible and we would like to thank everyone who supported us. Nobody should have to fight alone. », explains Mr. Brad Chamberlain.

The Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation is very proud to have the support of the community. Mr. Chamberlain’s activity is a good example of the courage and determination of people to want to make a difference in improving health care and services in the region.

“We applaud the initiative of Mr. Chamberlain who, despite his personal struggle, has engaged in this community activity to make a difference in improving the care provided at the oncology clinic.” says Mr. Jean-Guy Robichaud, Chairman of the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation.

About the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation

Since 1990, the Foundation, which is a strong partner of the Chaleur Regional Hospital, has invested over $12 million in projects directly impacting the quality of patient care in addition to the commitment of $ 5 million towards the major campaign for the development and acquisition of the major renovation project of the Chaleur Regional Hospital.

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For more information, please communicate with:
Mona Doucet
Director of Development (Acadie-Bathurst)
506-544-2370, [email protected]

 

Caption for the photo:
From left to right: Mrs Cindy Clément, Acting Clinical coordinator at Oncology Clinic of the Chaleur Regional Hospital, Mr. Brad Chamberlain (Wendel) and Mr. Jean-Guy Robichaud, chairman of the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation.