Fundraiser to benefit family who lost daughter to rare form of cancer - ConnectAmarillo.com powered by KVII
The Amarillo community came out on Thursday to support a local family who lost their loved one to a rare form of cancer.
"They don't even know it was so rare, it's never been on the books. As a matter of fact, in one last selfless act when she passed away, by her choice, she donated her body to Texas Tech Health Science Center just so others wouldn't have to suffer from this horrible disease," said Suzanne Talley, Coffee Memorial Blood Center.
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