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CoxHealth Continues "Knot Forgotten" Tradition

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CoxHealth continues a tradition of honoring and remembering loved ones with their "Knot Forgotten" Trees.

The program allows people to buy ribbons for a tree that will honor loved ones that can't be with family during the Christmas Season due to an illness and also remember those that have passed away as well as caregivers. 

Donors can buy a small bow for $10, or a large one for $50. A present can also be put under a tree for $500 with all proceeds go to the Glauser Oncology Fund.

A tree is located at Cox Medical Center in Branson as well as at three locations in Springfield. 

More information along with a feature on the program can be found on the Ozarks First Website.

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