Cancer patients have been looking good and feeling better on the Border for 15 years.
The Look Good Feel Better program celebrates the milestone next week and has had a "transformative effect" on local patients.
Victorian program manager Faye Venning said without the collaboration and support of the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre, they could not have helped as many patients as they have.
"It's a partnership we are truly grateful for and we look forward to many more years together, supporting those in the local community," she said.
IN OTHER NEWS:
"In Australia, the Look Good Feel Better program is run by the Cancer Patients Foundation; an independent not-for-profit organisation, not affiliated with any other cancer charity or support service.
"With no government funding, it is the generosity of the community through financial contributions, product donations and time that allows for the service to be provided to cancer patients free-of-charge."
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