Actress Kristen Bell Selects Winning Stories in the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s TRUE Love Campaign

Actress Kristen Bell Selects Winning Stories in the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s TRUE Love Campaign
Kristen Bell, star of the NBC comedy series “The Good Place,” chose the winning stories in the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s first-ever campaign to honor those who care for people with prostate cancer. The TRUE Love Campaign, envisioned as an annual event, was held throughout February. Bell, also known for her starring roles in "Veronica Mars" and "House of Lies," joined the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s effort due to her own family connection to prostate cancer. Her mother, a nurse, helped her father-in-law battle the disease and Bell understands first-hand the value of caregivers as part of a successful cancer care support system. Bell selected the winning stories from hundreds of submissions from people across the United States. "It was an honor to work with the Prostate Cancer Foundation to celebrate the role caregivers play in the treatment and support of prostate cancer patients," Bell said in a press release. "I have personally seen how important a caregiver's role is throughout a patient's treatment journey and I can tell you it is truly a labor of love. I thank all those who shared their story and I encourage everyone to read the submissions, as they are all beautiful true accounts of
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