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From Bald to Beautiful Tresses – The Cancer Thriver’s Guide to Hair Regrowth

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 »

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The Big Chill:Tips to Stay Safe and Warm During Winter Cancer Recovery

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 »

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What’s Next? Greg Pierce (3x Cancer Survivor) Provides Answers At WhatNext.com

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 »

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Cancer Be Glammed’s “Naughty & Nice” Top 10 Holiday Gifts

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 »

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5 Great Breast Cancer Blogs

Breast Cancer Blogs are a great source of information, support, and shared cancer experiences. Here are 5 of our favorite cancer recovery blogs and resources. What blogs do find helpful? Comment below!  Living Beyond Breast Cancer: LBBC aims to help people whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer by providing programs, services, and resources... Read More »

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Ugly, Old Mastectomy Bras: Burn-Baby-Burn!

The bra burnings of the 1960’s were an act of rebellion by women to bring about cultural change. When I unceremoniously roasted my own mastectomy bras years ago, this was my purpose as well. While on a much smaller scale and through humor, I wanted to spark change in the cancer recovery world. Breast cancer... Read More »

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