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Cute Pretty Cancer Hats

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Cute Pretty Cancer Hats

Are you looking for Pretty Cancer Headwear? Do you need to feel feminine during chemotherapy treatment? 

We make feminine, flattering floral and pretty Liberty Print Hats, Headscarves and Head Wraps for ladies suffering hair loss from chemotherapy treatments or non-medical Alopecia Areata. Designed with Style and also comfort in mind; our headwear is also easy to put on. No lengthy lifting of arms. 

Gorgeous beautiful prints from Liberty of London for women of all ages. Available in standard size which fits most women and also extra large size. 

The Liberty print (double sided with a co-ordinating plain side) head wraps and headscarves offer height and interest off the forehead and can be worn either side and folded over offering multiple ways to be tied depending on your mood or clothing. 

Or beautiful range of Bold Beanies cancer hats can be worn as daywear or as a breathable temperature controlling night cap. Plenty of cute prints to choose from and match your nightwear. 

The stretchy thin cotton fabric fits snuggly onto the head and doesn't slip around like other cancer headwear. Our high quality Liberty fabrics are naturally sweat-wicking, breathable and UV protective. 

Which one will you choose? Free UK Delivery on all orders over £40. Fast Worldwide Shipping.

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Cancer Hats for Men

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Cancer Hats for Men

Benefits of our Bold Beanies Chemo Hair Loss Headwear for Men

- Natural Stretchy Cotton Fabric

- Breathable & Temperature Controlling

- Designed for style & comfort

- No slipping on bald scalp

- Minimal Seams For Optimal Comfort

- Sweat Wicking & Naturally Antibacterial

- Wear as Soft Helmet & Other Headwear Liner

- No Irritating Label or Seams

- Easy to put on

- UV protective

- Liberty Prints & Customisable Plain Colours

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BBC's Jeremy Bowen diagnosed with Bowel Cancer - urges other to get tested

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BBC's Jeremy Bowen diagnosed with Bowel Cancer - urges other to get tested

Veteran BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen has said he has been diagnosed with bowel cancer.

The former BBC Breakfast host said he was undergoing chemotherapy after noticing "funny pains in my legs and in my back" whilst in Iraq last May.

Screening for bowel cancer in England is to start taking place aged 50, Public Health England said Last Year. April is bowel cancer awareness month and Bowen revealed his diagnosis to raise awareness of the disease.

Doctors initially believed the veteran journalist's pain was due to scarring from previous surgery, he told BBC Breakfast, the show which he presented alongside Sophie Raworth between 2000 and 2002.

"I had no symptoms - none of the classic bowel cancer symptoms. Nothing at all. But I thought I should get a test", he said.

He said he received a positive result and had a colonoscopy - a camera inserted into the colon to look for signs of cancer.

"It's not nearly as bad as it sounds - they give you lots of drugs," he said.

Surgeons found a tumour, which they removed, and he was currently having chemotherapy, he said.

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