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When I got diagnosed with breastcancer i August 2007 I decided that I would buy a blue wig to wear when I lost my hair.

I thought that I could at least get a few laughs out of it.

I got one and it got very popular around my neighbourhood.

All the people here knew I got cancer and that I wore a wig, and the ones that did not gave me sweet and kind compliments for my hair..

Now my own hair have grown back, but sometimes people still ask about my blue hair.

Aalborg, Denmark

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