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Cancer has been a difficult stage for you and your loved ones. You have overcome the disease and you have promised yourself that you will offer your time to help people affected by cancer.
Hair growth? Wig or Scarf?
The side effects of chemotherapy cause hair loss (alopecia). What do I need to do to feel better about myself?
You have kept your wig, your hat or your turban all day long... Your skull needs rest and soothing. Here are some simple, quick and effective steps to follow.
Anti-cancer treatments such as chemotherapy have side effects. The hair, symbol of femininity, is then touched. Hair loss is a side effect of chemotherapy.
To fight the illness and fatigue that follow treatments, sport is the solution! Several studies on the benefits of sport during chemotherapy exist today.
For women, hair loss or also called alopecia is one of the side effects of cancer treatments. Here are some tips to prepare for hair loss!