Re: [MOL] A hair raising question... [01520] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] A hair raising question...



Claire,
  All I know was when any one of my customers that were going through chemo
treatments,  I would tell them of this ice on the heard thing, (after
learning about some 10 yrs ago) they would use it all through the
treatments!! Hope it works for you. xo Dean
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeanne Kissinger <jhkissinger@home.com>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2000 8:30 AM
Subject: [MOL] A hair raising question...


> Claire, we are off today for consultations. I did see an article on this
> in Prevention magazine. I will check this out when we get back after the
> weekend unless some other kind soul finds out this info. Dean might have
> some suggestions on how long, when, etc. Jeanne
>
> Claire Lee wrote:
> >
> > Hello to all MOLers -- I've just rejoined after a three-year cancer free
> > absence.  Sorry to be back but forever grateful for the support I
> > received and know that I will receive again from this wonderful group.
> >
> > In the MOL mail this morning, there was mention of using something cold
> > to prevent hair loss during chemo.  I'm about to start chemo for the
> > second time and would like to know if there really is a way to save
> > one's hair.  Going bald is a traumatic experience and one I would dearly
> > love to avoid.
> >
> > My black cat Nero hopes I find a way to keep my hair this time since I
> > get touchy and testy wearing a wig which he, in turn, finds traumatic.
> >
> > If someone will tell me how to prevent hair loss, I'll be most
> > appreciative.
> >
> > Claire
> >
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