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Mormon Women Create 'Heart Pillows' for New Zealand Hospital Patients

More than 700 colourful heart-shaped pillows for mastectomy patients have been made and presented with love to Whangaparaoa’s Gerti Weber, who started New Zealand’s Heart Pillow Project earlier this year.

The small heart-shaped pillows are designed to be used under the arm of patients recovering from surgery such as mastectomy. 

Read more at www.ldschurch.org.nz.

700 Heart Pillows with Gertie Weber

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