The reason I buy these isn’t Cancer. I buy them because I have a heart problem which requires a blood thinner for the rest of my life. Because I am allergic to the newer blood thinners out there Coumadin/Warfarin is the only choice I have if I want to protect myself from a stroke. I can’t style my hair because I only have about 50-80 hairs on the top of my head. These wonderful caps held covered my balding head. I am also a cancer survivor for over 15 years. So you see you have another reason besides Cancer to help those suffering. As you can see I am an old lady.
Let’s come together, dear listeners, and make a positive impact in the lives of those who need it most. While the task may seem daunting, we must remember that change begins with small steps. Each individual we touch, each transformation we witness, contributes to a greater shift in our world. Together, we can bring about significant change and create a ripple effect of hope, strength, and resilience. Thank you all for joining me today. I hope Cherie’s story has filled your hearts with inspiration and renewed vigor. As we navigate our own journeys, let us always remember the importance of supporting one another, spreading joy, and living each day with unwavering strength.