Girls Scouts and cancer survivors team up to help patients

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Nausea, the chills and hair loss are just some of the side effects of chemotherapy.  One survivor saw a way to help herself and others through the grueling treatment. Then a troop of Girl Scouts said they wanted to help cancer patients, too.

Thursday morning we were joined by survivor and creator of My Chemo bag Paolo Domenge and Jennifer Vdareney with the Girl Scouts.  They talked to us about the Chemo Bag and what's inside that could help you cope with the side effects of chemo. The Girl Scouts are also making blankets and delivering them to hospitals.

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