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For some cancer patients, losing their hair is a side effect of treatment. Losing your hair can be a traumatic experience for some women, while others embrace shaving their head as a sign of control over the cancer. For those wishing to have the feel of their hair back, there are many choices of wigs out there to choose from. However, there are significant differences between wigs used for fashion purposes versus medical reasons. This video explains the differences between the two.
According to HealthDay News, a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Institute for Cancer Research took a look at women who just completed breast cancer treatment.
As scientists continue to study breast cancer's effect on the body, it's becoming more apparent how nuanced the disease is.
Stef Woods, a relationship and sex blogger, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at the age of 37. In this video, she talks to Lisa Schneider-Cipriano, host of Breast Cancer Answers, about her cancer experience. She shares how she dealt with the initial diagnosis, her treatment, and her emotional struggle.