AFLAC Holiday Duck Design for Charity and Blood Diseases

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One important part of the holiday season is the way it inspires the spirit of giving.  Donating blood marrow to someone with a blood disease is the kind of giving that changes and even saves lives and is especially important to one special teenager.  Joining us today is Michelle Nguyen, a 14 year old with a rare blood disease, who also has a creative side.  Michelle designed this yea’s AFLAC Holiday Duck which benefit’s children’s cancer research.  She is joined by Dr. Jeanne Boudreaux, an attending physician and past medical director at the AFLAC Cancer Center and Blood Disorder Services.