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Volunteers and Team Leaders are arguably the backbone of any organization. This especially holds true for Look Good Feel Better.
Jan. 26, 2021 | by Madina TabeshRead more
People often think that you stop thinking about cancer the day you are in remission. Quite the contrary, cancer can impact your life for many years to come.
Jan. 14, 2021 | by Milena CommissoRead more
A few years ago I took part in a Look Good Feel Better workshop. Having grown up in a Mary Kay household, I had heard of the program, but never in a million years would have thought that at 41 years young I would be in cancer treatment and be taking part myself.
Dec. 16, 2020 | by Kristie HaistRead more
Becoming a parent can be one of the most life-changing times in a person’s life. This holds true for Ember in more ways than one.
Oct. 8, 2020 | by Madina TabeshRead 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
Diagnosed with cancer one month apart from each other, Marie-Paule, and Mélissa find their strength in each other.
Last May, Marie-Paule received her ovarian cancer diagnosis at the age of 64. It came as a shock to the entire family as she was the first person diagnosed with cancer in her family.
Against all odds, her daughter Mélissa was also diagnosed with cancer only a few weeks later – breast cancer, stage 2. She is 30.
Dec. 13, 2019 | by Suzanne ArandaRead more
This May, a year after she first heard the words ‘breast cancer’ from her doctor and underwent a lumpectomy, Laura was devastated to learn that she had been re-diagnosed – stage 4 triple negative.
Her best friend Jess had gone with her to the appointment, which was Laura’s one-year screening.
Dec. 9, 2019 | by Allie WiebeRead more
Last year, Katie and Karie were sitting in a room with eight other women of various ages and backgrounds – all who had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
Katie and Karie had never met before, each travelling from different treatment centres to attend a Look Good Feel Better workshop. Both young women had just begun losing their hair during chemotherapy and were eager to learn how to manage these changes, before the hair loss affected their eyelashes and brows.
It’s easy to forget how much of our identity is related to our physical appearance – but at such a …
Nov. 21, 2019 | by Allie WiebeRead more