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Oncologist Visit, Tamoxifen & Hormones.

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

If you have ever had a cancer diagnosis, it's all consuming. A relentless round of hospital visits, doctors appointments and potential surgeries, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, scans... but always a rollercoaster of emotions and anxiety for you and your loved ones. For a time in your life it dictates everything.

And then, if you are lucky enough you come through the other side, life somehow eventually needs to return to 'normal'. You need to get on with everyday life, prepare for events, take care of loved ones and pay those bills... and try as best you can to remember the lessons learned and live the best life possible. 

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New!! Funky Kids Cancer Alopecia Hats

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New!! Funky Kids Cancer Alopecia Hats

New Kids Chemo Bold Beanies Added...

...leopard print, croc print, aqua blue & batik. Fresh funky children’s cancer & Alopecia Hair Loss beanie hats. Super soft & comfy. Easy to put on & stay put. Quality Cotton breathable, temperature controlling & UV protective headwear www.boldbeanies.com #boldbeanies #kidscancer #alopeciakids #childhoodcancer #kidswithhairloss #hairloss #cancer #chemokidsrock #comfyforchemo #leopardprint #crocodileprint #animalprint #aquablue #batik #temperaturecontrol #beanies #headwear #madeinuk

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Celebrities Who Survived Cancer...

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Celebrities Who Survived Cancer...

This list of celebrities who survived cancer is ranked by fame and popularity. Several famous actors, actresses, musicians, and athletes have battled cancer and survived. One famous comedian even documented his treatment for a television special.

1. Hugh Jackman is one of many celebrities who have had cancer. Jackman underwent two surgeries to remove skin cancer from his nose and the X-Men actor thinks that he will need many more. He says, "I'm realistic about the future and it's more than likely that I'll have at least one more but probably many more, which is not uncommon for an Aussie particularly from English stock growing up in Australia where I don't remember ever being told to put sunscreen on."

2. "Soak Up the Sun" singer Sheryl Crow is a breast cancer survivor.

3. Robert De Niro is a prostate cancer survivor.

4. Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992. She underwent treatment and is now an advocate for cancer research. Unfortunately, in 2017, Newton-John's cancer returned. 

5. Kathy Bates is a two-time cancer survivor. She beat ovarian cancer in 2003 and breast cancer in 2012.

6. Rod Stewart is a survivor of thyroid cancer.

7. "Dexter" actor Michael C. Hall is a survivor of Hodgkin's lymphoma.

8. Sharon Osbourne documented her 2002 struggle with colon cancer on her MTV reality show "The Osbournes."

9. Lance Armstrong is a survivor of testicular cancer. He said, "To continue believing in yourself, believing in the doctors, believing in the treatment, believing in whatever I chose to believe in, that was the most important thing, I decided. It had to be."

10. Jane Fonda is a breast cancer survivor. She wrote on her blog: "We got it early and it was, as I said, non-invasive. I want to thank my friends and fans who have written beautiful ­letters. It has meant a lot to me."

In January 2018, Fonda revealed she had had a cancerous tumour removed from her lip as well.

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Bold Beanies Chemo Hair Loss Headwear - Emphasis on Comfort, Ease & Style...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Bold Beanies Chemo Hair Loss Headwear - Emphasis on Comfort, Ease & Style...

Bold Beanies cancer headwear has been specifically designed for cancer hair loss from chemotherapy by Emilienne (who lost her hair with chemo for stage 3 advanced Breast Cancer) When you've suddenly lost your hair because of the drugs you're taking and your hair 'hurts' whilst its falling out and your scalp is sensitive, sore and cold. 

-Bold Beanies headwear is super soft and lightweight; made to be as comfortable as possible with no unnecessary seams or labels to fit snugly onto the head and not slip around... you will simply forget you are wearing it. 

-The fabric is thin soft stretchy cotton so its naturally breathable, temperature controlling (so adjusts to the conditions of the day), sweat-wicking and UV protective. 

-Bold Beanies Hats, Head-wraps, Headscarves and PICC sleeves are designed with Style at the forefront. Using the world renowned Liberty Print Fabrics and best plain coloured fabrics in the UK for Women, Men, Teen and Kids of all ages and tastes. You are sure to find something you like and that flatters and make you feel a little bit more confident and better about your day. 

-Bold Beanies head covers are very easy to put on. This is especially good for anyone after surgery or for the elderly. There is no right or wrong way and the stretchy soft fabric makes the head wraps and scarves easy to tie. 

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Kylie's Emotional Set at Glastonbury, 14 Years after Breast Cancer Diagnosis

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Kylie's Emotional Set at Glastonbury, 14 Years after Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Kylie could have broken record for largest crowd  performing an emotional set at Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage last weekend...14 years after she had to pull out of headlining the festival due to her cancer diagnosis. She says, I wonder about having kids - but it won't happen.

"In 2005 I was meant to be here," she said. "Circumstances meant that I did not make it. I wished things were different, but life is what it is. We're all together in this moment."

The Australian pop star says her breast cancer diagnosis in 2005 "changed everything" about the course of her life and said she sometimes wonders what being a mother would be like, but has accepted that it will never happen.

The Australian pop star, 50, said her breast diagnosis in 2005 "changed everything" about the course of her life, and that she tries not to dwell on "regrets" outside of her successful music career.

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