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Pictured during Monday’s Telly Award presentation are, front row, from left, Diana Endsley, RN, director of the Center for Cancer Care; Becky Dangelo, MSN, RN, breast health navigator; survivor Tammy Lemley; Bobbi Mickley, RN, cancer navigator; back row, Matt Starr, producer of commercial.

 

MOUNT VERNON — A recent Knox Community Hospital commercial featuring a cancer survivor’s story was recognized with a bronze Telly Award, a worldwide competition honoring excellence in video advertising. Matt Starr of I-CONN Video Production, who produced the piece, presented the award to the KCH Center for Cancer Care on Monday evening.

The 60-second spot shares the story of Tammy Lemley and her journey through a cancer diagnosis and the support and care that she and her family received at KCH before, during and after her treatment. Lemley continues to work with other cancer survivors through a KCH Women’s Health support group.

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