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Testimonial from Dennis Legaspi

I have a rather random question. Two years ago, I participated in the Walk of Life in Toronto (after a successful double bypass surgery here at Trillium Mississauga Hospital) and upon entering the event, I was given a rubber bracelet with the Cardiac Health Foundation of Canada logo printed on it, along with a compartment to store medications (on the inside of the bracelet).

I’ve worn the bracelet every day since, as a reminder of what I’ve been through and how far I’ve come – and also as a momento of the first 5km event I was able to participate after my surgery. Unfortunately, the bracelet has broken through all the wear and tear, and I was wondering if there was a way that I could perhaps purchase one?

I apologize for the vague details of this request/question, but if you are able to help, or require more information (if you need a photo of it I can send it to you), please let me know. Thanking you in advance,

Dennis Legaspi
Administrative Assistant
Department of Laboratory Medicine
Trillium Health Partners – Mississauga Hospital
Tel: (905) 848-7299

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