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Many people who lose their hair due to chemotherapy or other breast cancer treatments discover that scarves and hats are the easiest, most comfortable, and versatile head coverings. Scarves and hats can hide your hair loss, help keep you warm, and protect you from the sun. You may decide to alternate wearing hats or scarves with wearing a wig, or no head covering, depending on the occasion and the weather.
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From casual to dressy, and simple to chic, head coverings can express your style and enhance your look. Beautiful patterned scarves, classic hats, and hats with hair, are a few of your many options. Chemo Beanies were designed by two sisters who had breast cancer.
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After speaking with the representatives at the Cancer Support Center, the upcoming Fall and Winter Season brings a large demand for scarves and hats. They support all of the cancer centers in the surrounding Charlotte area and also provide items in their lending boutique for chemotherapy patients throughout the Southeast at no cost. Many patients lose their hair during chemotherapy and scarves and hats are the easiest, most comfortable and versatile head coverings.
When you're heading into chemotherapy for breast cancer, it's a good idea to prepare ahead for hair loss. Many of the drugs used to treat breast cancer result in complete hair loss, and gathering headgear before is occurs can help you avoid rushing at the last minute. Plus, you may not be feeling like you want to run out wig shopping during chemotherapy. You may get help from your health insurance as long as you have a prescription written by your oncologist for a head prosthesis to pay for a wigbut if you don't, take heart.