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Caroline will brighten up your day with her beautiful energy and genuine kindness! A LGFB volunteer, Caroline loves helping women going through cancer feel better. To her, there is no better way to give back. When she started volunteering, Caroline was a two-time cancer survivor and has since gone through a third diagnosis.
Aug. 19, 2020 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
Shari and Erinn amazing Look Good Feel Better volunteers, but they are also long time Shoppers Drug Mart employees! This unique experience allows Shari and Erinn to understand the importance of #WINKDay.
Aug. 17, 2020 | by Madina TabeshRead more
After giving birth to my second child I found out that I had a malignant 5 cm tumor in my breast that would likely require a mastectomy. I went through all sorts of emotions while experiencing the hormonal rollercoaster ride, I was already on from giving birth. I found it all unfathomable.
June 18, 2020 | by Alison KiddRead more
"I'm sure you're happy to get back to feeling normal again since treatment ended."
My last chemotherapy date was January 27th 2017. 3 years ago. Nothing has been "normal" since. I know I am not alone when I say there are many silent and visible effects that come with cancer treatment - no matter how far out you are.
Jan. 20, 2020 | by Adriana LombardoRead more
I found out about Look Good Feel Better through the hospital I’m being treated at. It’s a workshop put on by a handful of amazing volunteers and it happens in cities all across Canada! (Be sure to look up their website to see where the nearest one is to you!) Basically, it teaches women (or people) going through cancer how to take back control of their situation and to feel just a bit better about themselves through beauty and skin care tips. They teach you about skin care, makeup, wigs and head wrap techniques. It’s not always easy looking at …
Jan. 2, 2020 | by Stephanie Dawn CansfieldRead more