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Wigs for people with cancer-related hair loss have improved since mum’s Trump bouffant

Kat Keogh @katkeogh Acting editor, Cancer Nursing Practice

I was almost eight years old when my mum was diagnosed with leukaemia, and some of my most vivid memories of her treatment and subsequent recovery are inextricably linked to her hair. I looked on as her thick, wavy auburn hair came out in clumps and I used one of my Barbie doll combs to brush hairs from her pillow.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 19, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/cnp.19.1.5.s1

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