In honor of Nikki, NMF launched the “Bridge of Wings” program in 2015. Named after the 1998 flight around the world taken by her and NMF president Rhonda Miles, Bridge of Wings is a direct patient services program that provides patients in need with free transportation to treatments, house cleanings, groceries, holiday meals and additional services tailored to specific needs. Patients receiving treatment for pancreatic cancer are eligible for help to relieve financially stressful times.
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Nikki Mitchell Foundation (NMF) is dedicated to seeking and supporting the most breakthrough data available for the early detection and cure of pancreatic cancer. Not tied to any one hospital, NMF will support the most promising research while maintaining a focus on awareness and patient support. NMF actively promotes a special emphasis on prevention and the patients' preferences in determining their care.