By Katy Skahill, Breast Cancer Action member
In December 2014, I was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer and had a bilateral mastectomy that same month.
During my chemotherapy treatment afterward, I saw posters at my hospital advertising the American Cancer Society’s Look Good, Feel Better® program.
During the Look Good, Feel Better class I attended, patients in cancer treatment who had lost their hair, eyebrows, eyelashes, etc., learned how to wear wigs, tie scarves, and apply makeup. We were also each given a bag of cosmetics products. Read More