Co-Founder Lisa Lurie’s favorite Chic Discoveries
While chocolate, perfume and dining out are popular Mother’s Day gifts, these may not be ideal for moms recovering from cancer surgery or treatment. Often side effects like nausea, fatigue, skin sensitivity, and taste and smell issues can impact whether your heartfelt gift receives a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down. To delight your mother this Mother’s... Read More »read more
I am sitting in the waiting room, scrolling through my phone, my anxiety rising. It is an hour after my appointment time and the doctor is running late. For a busy wife, mom, entrepreneur and cancer survivor, this is not good news. Thankfully, I am not here for the results of a cancer-related scan or... Read More »read more
The number one thought on most women’s minds during and after chemo is how and when will my hair grow back. We can’t wait for the day to come and yet as soon as those hairs start to sprout, we encounter a host of new challenges. Having the tools and the knowledge to navigate the... Read More »read more
Winter has blown in with a vengeance and the thought of going outside is chilling! It would be ideal if we could hibernate like bears and wake up with the first warm breeze of spring! Staying indoors is not an option for women caught up in the rigid schedule of the cancer world; radiation, chemotherapy, surgery,... Read More »read more
My own experience with cancer started 29 years ago. I went to the doctor, not for anything “cancerous”, I went to find out why I had all this crud in my throat and was coughing all the time. Turns out that was simply allergies. But, while there, the doctor did a simple exam of my... Read More »read more
At Cancer Be Glammed, one of the questions that we get asked the most is, “What’s a good gift for someone diagnosed with cancer or going through treatment?” During the holidays, the pressure to find an appropriate, enjoyable gift for a woman coping with cancer, can be even more stressful. To take the guesswork and... Read More »read more
Co-founder of CBG and the one who put the “glam” in Cancer Be Glammed.