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Cancer... there's hope

Cancer... there's hope

 These bronze sculptures, located within the Richard & Annette Bloch Cancer Survivor's Garden within Maxcy Gregg Park, are the last work of Victor Salmones and are located at every Bloch park. The sculptures and bronze plaques were part of a grant from the Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Foundation. This piece features figures representing cancer patients and their supporters, preparing them for treatment. The monument celebrates survivors of all ages who have defeated cancer.

Category: Sculpture

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