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It’s important to keep your spirits up during cancer treatments, but if you look in the mirror and see pimples, pale skin, undereye circles, and missing eyelashes, you may feel a little discouraged about your day. In chapter 6 of my book, When Cancer Hits, I cover everything you need to know about makeup and
Though your doctors may be mainly concerned with how cancer affects your physical body, you need to know that cancer also greatly affects your emotional self. During treatment, you may experience a large range of emotions, from elation to depression and relief to despair and more. You may have people around you encouraging you to
As a cancer fighter or survivor, most likely you’ve already been exposed to an overload of chemicals through chemotherapy and/or radiation. Surgery and drugs may have further assaulted your body with all sorts of toxins that your liver and kidneys and intestines and the rest of your organs have to do their best to process
If you’re going through cancer treatments, you know-it wreaks havoc on your skin. That’s why I devoted an entire chapter to skin care in my book, When Cancer Hits. Chapter 2 is all about your skin, and how chemotherapy, radiation, and medications dry it out, thin it out, and make it look dull and sickly.