Angel

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A warm and fresh fragrance with a touch of pink pepper, musk and agarwood with a succulent
touch of sparkling plum, sheer violet gardenia and amber. A floral and fruity fragrance which
would make women smell like an angel.

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Description:
A warm and fresh fragrance with a touch of pink pepper, musk and agarwood with a succulent
touch of sparkling plum, sheer violet gardenia and amber. A floral and fruity fragrance which
would make women smell like an angel.

Story:
Known as one of God’s creations; the soldiers of God destined to guide and protect humanity
against all evil. Known to be the symbol of extraordinary beauty and clarity. Angels stayed in
this world protecting humans from evil and carrying out God’s orders. A time came when some
of the angels began to doubt their purpose. The angels argued and argued till they came to a
decision. They decided to take over the kingdom of God so that they could rule and do what
they want. God was angered by their decision and decided to banish them from his kingdom.
These fallen angels roamed the earth without wings and halos. They aimlessly roamed the earth
interacting with humans. Only then, were they able to see that humans are special. These fallen
angels lived like normal human beings with some of them falling in love with humans. Up to this
day, fallen angles still roam the earth appreciating God’s most precious creations.

Ribbon Color: White: Lung Cancer
I was diagnosed with stage 3B non-small cell adenocarcinoma in June of 2012 after visiting the
doctor for a dry cough. I was blindsided because I felt healthy, exercised daily and was an avid
traveler. Lung cancer was not on my radar.
Since then, my treatment has been ongoing. Initially, I had two cycles of IV chemotherapy and
two cycles of oral chemotherapy, combined with 7 ½ weeks of daily radiation. My second line of
treatment was Tarceva, which I was on until switching to Opdivo. I recently participated in a
clinical trial, but it was not successful for me. I just began another round of chemotherapy and
will go through a few cycles and then another CT scan to see if my condition is stabilizing.
Life has been good. I have a fervent desire to live each day as fully as possible, staying as
healthy as I can. Managing all the tests, treatments, and side effects while trying to live
"normally" is my constant challenge.
I have been blessed with a great support system. First has been my wonderful husband, who
although quite shocked and saddened by my diagnosis, has been a constant partner. My sons
and their significant others, friends and colleagues have also been a strong source of support. I
am also grateful for my wonderful physician, Scott Godfrey. He is my oncologist at Kaiser and
has been my treatment ally from day one.
To others facing lung cancer, I’d say that there are a number of new treatments arriving and
there is a rush to discover more. It’s important to know that a cancer diagnosis is not an

immediate death sentence. You may do well with the treatment options available. Learn the
most you can about your disease, be proactive, try everything, and keep yourself healthy and
busy. Do what you love. Try something new. Do not spend each day dying – spend it living!
Shortly after I was diagnosed four years ago, I looked for ways to get involved. I was disturbed
by the lack of research dollars for lung cancer, which is related to the unfortunate stigma
associated with the disease. I found out that there was a Free to Breathe walk here in San Diego
and quickly got involved. My team is Marlene's Wish and I'm proud to have been a fundraising
"winner" in some of the past years. It’s important to me to raise money and awareness for lung
cancer research. – Marlene

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