Cancer survivor makes jewelry from pills

Breast cancer survivor Susan Braig is paying down her medical bills by selling costume jewelry adorned with old pills and tablets. Her Designer Drug Jewelry line, which includes necklaces, pendants and earrings, originated with a princess' tiara showcasing her leftover cancer meds. Says the uninsured Braig of her $500 first round of medicine, "I looked at the drugstore receipt and then at the little pills and wondered if they were precious gems." Story

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