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Infused with relaxing, handpicked roses extract. A fragrance with a most Royal loved and delicate indeed. Enjoy the
most floral and the ultimate symbol of romance, fragrance from Rose & Evan.
Rose spotted an acquaintance standing with a group of friends while waiting for her train to her hometown. She
approached the group to say hello and found they were to the same town as well. The acquaintance introduced her
to Evan. Where Rose found out he was the famous musician and Rose had all his albums, she was his fan since high
school. Evan was 30 and Rose was 22 years old at that time, she peppered him with questions, Evan found her lively
and energetic they laughed for hours, and he shared his beer with her.
This day was the luckiest day for them, and Evan was in love with Rose, at first sight, Later Evan asked their mutual
friend for Rose’s number. Rose recalls, “As rare as it is these days, Evan asked me out on our first date like a true
gentleman: he called.” On their first date, they went out for margaritas and talked all night. Afterward, Evan saved
Rose’s name in his phone as “My Rose. “Evan complimented Rose because of her fragrance. She smelled like
fresh Rose in the hot air of summers, She blossomed the air with her Fragrance, Three years later they’re husband
Ribbon Color: Burgundy/Ivory: Head and Neck Cancer
Stan Williams’ battle with cancer began on an idyllic island vacation when he asked his wife Stephanie to take a look
at the lump on his neck. How long has that been there?” Stephanie asked. Six months? Maybe a year, replied Stan.
Not reassured, Stephanie insisted that Stan see his personal physician when they returned to Philadelphia. No more
waiting. Stan's family physician was unsure what the lump was, but he was unequivocal about Stan’s next step:
Contact a Penn Medicine oncologist specializing in head and neck tumors. Get a differential diagnosis to determine
whether the lump was benign or possibly cancer.
At Penn, Stan underwent three neck biopsies. All three biopsy reports returned ‘clean’ — meaning no cancer cells
were discovered. But despite the good news, Penn physicians encouraged Stan to have the lump removed as a
standard precautionary measure, since any lump is abnormal.
The biopsy results revealed that Stan indeed had a rare salivary gland cancer needing immediate attention. Stan
and Stephanie met with Alexander Lin, MD, Chief of Head and Neck Service, Director of Clinical proton Operations in
the Department of Radiation Oncology at Penn Medicine. Dr. Alexander thought Stan was an excellent candidate for
Dr. Alexander explains, “Proton therapy is the most targeted radiation therapy and allows us to deliver the highest
radiation dose to a tumor while minimizing damage to surrounding tissues. Treating a salivary tumor is tricky since
we want to kill the cancer — and also avoid damage to the delicate tissue in the mouth and throat. Since every
patient’s tumor and anatomy is different, protons give us a unique advantage.
Stan went through proton therapy with ease. He didn’t miss a day of work while undergoing therapy, which is
remarkable since Stan’s job involves physical strength and labor. Stan says, “People are so surprised to learn that I
had cancer and went through treatment without anyone even knowing it. Penn has given me a second chance to
live my life. – Stan Williams.
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