Over the years – experiencing a husband’s cancer journey
[caption id="attachment_3278" align="alignleft" width="300"] Cheryl Whitt[/caption] Editors note: This article is an excerpt from one of a select few chosen for the inaugural print edition of New Focus Daily which debuted at SURVIVORville 2017. We
Editors note: This article is an excerpt from one of a select few chosen for the inaugural print edition of New Focus Daily which debuted at SURVIVORville 2017. We would like to thank Cheryl and her husband Raymon for sharing such a personal story with our SURVIVORville attendees and New Focus Daily readers, AND for all of the hair styling they did along with her amazing stylists at SURVIVORville 2017. Your generosity and loving spirit, along with your stylists, will long be remembered!
Over the years, you experience love, loss, and everything in between. My husband was diagnosed with cancer just one year after we had been married. He was only 23 years old. Fortunately for him, this was caught early and after surgery and treatments he has been cancer- free for over 25 years. But, as the slogan of
WSA states, cancer doesn’t end when treatment does. He has suffered through many illnesses over the years which stems back from either the cancer or the treatments. There was no organization out there to educate or help us through what was to come mentally as well as physically.
This is the reason Queen C Hair supports the Women Survivors Alliance. The education, empowerment, and connection that WSA provides women is something every person that is suffering or has suffered with cancer should be able to experience. Queen C Hair donates a portion of every sale from the AIRess Collection to WSA. This line of hair extensions was designed for anyone with fine and/or thin hair to help you feel as beautiful on the outside as you are on the inside.