Listed below are cancer resources for different companies as well as support groups for chemotherapy treatment in Vancouver, B.C. Click to find out more
You take a look in the mirror and you don't like what you see... it's hair loss. Chemotherapy could be the culprit. Maybe it's even trichotillomania, alopecia, genetics, stress or severe pattern baldness. Now is the time to make the change, become a more confident you. You've done your research, and you've settled on the idea that a wig will be your best option. You're gearing up to find the best establishment that will suit your needs, here are some tips to help in your quest.
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The BIG 'C' and Self-Image:
Bringing the Beauty Back while Beating Cancer
"The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle,...
Chemotherapy hair loss is something that occurs 10 to 21 days after treatment begins. The hair loss isn't attributed just to radiation, but also medications that are made to fight growing cancer cells. Due to the strength of the radiation and the medication, it is also common that they will attack the hair cells in the patient's entire body.
The result of this varies all across the board, from some hair loss, to extreme thinning to complete hair loss. Most of the time, chemotherapy hair loss is temporary and the patient can expect their hair to grow back within three...