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After raising a tremendous $12,000 in support of Look Good Feel Better last year, Grit & Grace is back this February 2nd with an even bigger goal: $25,000 for women facing cancer and 1,000,000m rowed, for Laura.
Jan. 14, 2019 | by Allie WiebeRead more
We thank Gorgeous You for helping us raise funds and share the Look Good Feel Better story so we can reach even more women facing cancer. From January 15 to March 31st, Gorgeous will donate 15% of all hats sales to Look Good Feel Better in support of women facing cancer.
Jan. 10, 2019 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
You may remember we first met Lan and Yvette last year when they attended a Look Good Feel Better workshop together.
Best friends since grade two, the pair had already been through many life milestones together. They had seen each other through career successes, weddings, motherhood – and then breast cancer, receiving their diagnoses just four days apart.
Dec. 20, 2018 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
Christa and Kate are both young women, mothers, and in 2016, just 3 months apart, both diagnosed with terminal cancer. Kate was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and Christa with metastatic cervical cancer.
Dec. 7, 2018 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
You’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer. Deep breath. Your future self is typing this, having a coffee, and planning on going to yoga and then work later. You made it! I thought I’d give you that spoiler alert to ease the biggest worry of your life.
Oct. 19, 2018 | by Kim MacDonaldRead more
Like many women, Jutta has always loved putting on makeup everyday, but after undergoing chemo treatment, it almost became a challenge.
Jutta is a breast cancer warrior, as she likes to call herself. Still undergoing treatment today, she hopes to officially call herself a cancer survivor soon.
When diagnosed in November 2017, she was shocked and upset, to say the least. She first thought about her children, and then wondered if she would be losing her hair.
Oct. 19, 2018 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
When Kim Angell was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 34, it was a total shock.
While lying in bed one night, Kim had a thought out of nowhere to do a self-exam. “I had just seen my doctor eight months before and the breast exam was clear,” she remembers, “I never though in a million years that I would find anything.”
Aug. 2, 2018 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
A few months back, my mother stood in front of many to tell our story. She was speaking to a group of local francophone women to help explain why she brought Look Good Feel Better to our hometown, Timmins, Ontario. She spoke both of the program and of her experience as a caregiver to her daughter - me.
She spoke of our favourite memory.
July 10, 2018 | by Gabrielle FecteauRead more
Gail Weiler attended a Look Good Feel Better workshop when she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2005.
Ten years later her daughter, Andrea, took to Twitter to give back to the program that helped her mother during the difficult time for their family.
June 21, 2018 | by Allie WiebeRead more
With May being the month of celebrating Mothers (although it should be all year round), this blog is dedicated to the woman who held the table I leaned on for me during lumbar punctures; the woman who would run over to me while I threw up even when I wanted her nowhere near me; the woman who knew how not to treat me differently; the woman who kept it all together even when it felt impossible – I am PROUD to call her my Mom.
May 23, 2018 | by Adriana LombardoRead more