Breast Cancer Freebies

| July 7, 2013 | 6 Comments
Web­site pro­vided by Bethany Kan­del, a jour­nal­ist from NYC, that lists hun­dreds of free prod­ucts and ser­vices for breast can­cer patients and sur­vivors, includ­ing wigs, retreats, mag­a­zines,  pros­thet­ics, and housecleaning.

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  1. alean holden says:

    I am a sur­vivor, would like to get this magazine.

  2. Kathleen Akey says:

    I am a sur­vivor and would like to get the magazine.

  3. Barbara Edwards says:

    I am a 22 year breast can­cer sur­vivor. I devel­oped Lym­phedema after 18 years. Since I had a mas­tec­tomy and chemo, I wanted to do some­thing to help other women who have gone through the same things as I did. So I became a Cer­ti­fied Mas­tec­tomy Fit­ter with BOC and I fit­ted other ladies for about 18 years. I have only recently given it up because I can­not face the prob­lems that the gov­ern­ment have caused with other O and P providers. I would still like to find a way to help oth­ers so I am keep­ing my BOC cer­ti­fi­ca­tion cur­rent in hopes that I will find a way to use it. I really like to see ladies “light up” when they see that they can look and feel like before surgery. I am always shocked when I am told by a lady that she had surgery 2 years or more ago and had never been fit­ted. The gov­ern­ment is push­ing small fit­ters out of busi­ness. Now, to my knowl­edge, there is only one fit­ter in my city and they do not take assign­ment. I always believed that to prop­erly serve these ladies that a busi­ness should “take assign­ment” because most do not have the money to pay “up-front.” Per­haps this is a mis­sion to be taken up this organization.

  4. Katharine Nicol says:

    Just get­ting over the treat­ment of breast cancer.

  5. Nicolle Muller says:

    I am a 2x bc sur­vivor first one at 39 went into early menopause0 have neu­ropa­thy can never have implants devel­oped mrsa with last mas­te­comy– lost job beca­sue bc in 2001 had a and cy my mother had it before i was born in 1957 & again in 1980 in thjose days they did noth­ing then she devel­oped esh­aguel can­cer had chemo and rada­tion and all my saved money and my dads went to keep­ing her alive after she passed in 05 two days later i had a mam and a sono and had 2nd bc i am flat chested i am a sur­vivor would like the nmagazine i could tell you stroys re life and busi­ness also do you have any pins thank you

  6. Katharine Barham says:


    Do you send your mag­a­zine to Canada?

    And if, what is the cost?




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