Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center Recognizes Stomach Cancer Awareness Month® Efforts

Massachusetts General Hospital’s Cancer Center annually honors “100 individuals and groups for their diverse contributions to the fight against cancer.”  Congratulations to members of the National Honor Society at Grafton High School in Massachusetts for being selected as one of the 2012 the one hundred honorees. They were selected because of their tireless efforts during Stomach Cancer Awareness Month® in November for the past two years. They will be honored at the June 7th event in Boston.
Please take a minute to read the nomination letter that was written by No Stomach For Cancer Board Member Beth Lambert, who is an English teacher at Grafton High School. It will give you some insight into the amazing efforts of the students there and their commitment each November to Stomach Cancer Awareness Month®.

Congratulations to National Honor Society members and their advisor Mrs. Marcia Pereira for being selected for this honor.


About Elizabeth A. Lambert

Elizabeth A. Lambert is a high school English teacher and serves on the Board of Directors of No Stomach For Cancer, Inc.

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