Those fabulous fashionistas Trinny & Susannah have written a brilliant article on their blog – all about how to dress comfortably and stylishly after a mastectomy. We totally endorse their approach, and they totally endorse Chemo Chic. It’s an all-round love-in!
Read Trinny and Susannah’s excellent style tips here.
After Amanda O’Neill was diagnosed with breast cancer she became concerned about toxic ingredients in beauty products, both for herself and for her baby daughter. Amanda writes:
In June 2010, aged 33, and just after the birth of my little girl, I was shocked to hear the words “you have cancer.” I was diagnosed with breast cancer – a grade three invasive ductal carcinoma.
At the time, I didn’t fully understand what that meant but I knew it wasn’t good news. As a child, I watched my very beautiful mother battle brain cancer, so I knew what to expect of the chemotherapy, but Continue reading
A couple of days ago I was talking about stylish clothing designed for women who’ve had a mastectomy. There’s Chikara and, um… Continue reading
Sometimes I fret that Chemo Chic is not covering all the issues from every angle. Cancer is a diverse disease. The type, grade and stage of your tumour will dictate the treatments and choices available to you. I have realised that I can only write from my own perspective. What I love is raising discussions. If you have anything at all to say about any of the things that appear here I encourage you to use the comments sections to get stuck in or better still, write your own article.
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer I was given a choice. Continue reading