Lymphomaniacs Provide Break to Survivors
By Hunter Field
A 2½-year bout with cancer taught Elizabeth Fortune that sometimes the best treatment is a break.
Her husband, Griffin Coop, learned it too — somewhere between the complicated medical terms and the doctor speak.
The couple believes so strongly in the idea that Coop, 37, a former assistant to Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, and Fortune, 40, a former supply planner at the L’Oreal plant in North Little Rock, quit their jobs to focus on sending people with cancer on short retreats.
Whether a brief sojourn to the Gulf Coast or a few days of rest at a Little Rock hotel, they want to give families fighting the disease a relaxing vacation free of charge.
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