Aflac Duck Turns 20 Years Old, Helps Kids with Cancer [VIDEO]
The Aflac Duck is celebrating his 20th birthday this year and he's quacking his way to hospitals all over the country. The "My Special Aflac Duck" is bringing smiles to the faces of children battling cancer.
This emotional support robot duck is providing comfort and helping children who are going through cancer treatments. It gives children a way to convey how they're feeling through the process. Licensed healthcare facilities can order the "My Special Aflac Duck" on behalf of their patients. Just look at how special this duck is.
The "My Special Aflac Duck" has won various awards for it's innovation.
Chris Young even got in on the action. This is so heartwarming.
Happy Birthday Aflac Duck and here's to many more years, bringing smiles to the faces of people all over the world.
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