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We DO NOT recommend shipping our cancer patient care packages to the hospital. Patients are routinely moved to different rooms or discharged early and hospital mail rooms are sometimes slow in sorting and delivering packages. If a person has been discharged, there is no guarantee as to what would happen to your gift care package. Therefore, we strongly advise you to send your gift to the recipient’s home. Should you still choose to ship your basket to the hospital, please understand that all shipments to hospitals are made at your own risk. We are unable to guarantee or insure delivery to hospitals and you accept full responsibility if the package is delayed or lost.
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