By  on November 16, 2011

When Sal Cesarani lost his wife of 49 years to carcinoid cancer in February, it was as if the light that led his way through life was snuffed out. But instead of giving into the grief, the award-winning designer set out to raise awareness and research funds for the illness that took her life.

“It got me motivated,” he said. “Everyone knows someone who is sick with cancer, but my Nancy got sick around Thanksgiving last year and, in two months, was totally consumed by it. We’ve got to stop this.”

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