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Best Tips On Coping With Tamoxifen, Zoladex & Letrozole Side Effects

Helen chats to Breast Cancer Surgeon AND survivor Liz O'Riordan about the best ways to cope with the often awful side effects of Tamoxifen, Zoladex and Letrozole. Buy Liz's book here https://amzn.to/39PGRvt

Living With Stage 4 Bowel Cancer

For Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Helen caught up with Stage 4 Bowel Cancer thriver Nat. She's got an incredibly inspiring story...

New 'Manta' Hairbrush - Great for Chemo and Delicate Hair

Losing hair due to chemo can be heartbreaking. This new innovative hairbrush is gentle one the scalp and was designed to help prevent breakage. Search under brand MANTA to find the right brush for you!

Cold Cap Tips

Helen's tip on getting through wearing the cold cap during chemotherapy

TALKING TO THE EXPERtS

Helen talks with cancer experts and specialists.....

The Best Tips For Coping With The Menopause After/During Cancer Treatment with Menopause Specialist Dr Louise Newson

Post Surgery bra tips with Lingerie expert Monica Harrington

Testimonials
Deborah James, Living With Stage 4 Bowel Cancer

When you’re living with cancer you need to be mindful of which beauty products you can use. There’s not much info out there so I spent a long time hunting down the right products. Wish they were all in one place! The C List sounds great

Leanne Pero, Breast Cancer survivor

As my hair started to grow back after Chemo I went through a lengthy process of experimenting with different shampoos before I found an ideal as there were no recommendations. So many people go through cancer, there needs to be beauty treatment info out there

Georgie Swallow, Blood Cancer twice thriver

When I was diagnosed I got every piece of medical advice under the sun but when it came to the actual ‘living with cancer’ side; like the make up, skincare, beauty products I felt super stranded & clueless on what I could or should use. I went on a hunt for all things unperfumed, no chemicals, zero irritation and it left me with about one product. I wish when I was diagnosed there was somewhere I could have gone to for more information because even though you need to be careful with what products you use, there is such a variety out there.... if you know about it!

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our partners in 'c'rime

Going through cancer is tough to say the least, but you don't have to do it alone. There are some bloody amazing charities out there that offer help and support as well as friendly voice if you just need someone to talk to. Here are some friends of the C-List that are available if you need a chat x

Macmillan

At Macmillan, we won’t rest, and we won’t settle for anything other than the best possible support for people with cancer. We do whatever it takes.

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Future Dreams Charity

Future Dreams supports women through their breast cancer journey. No one should have to face breast cancer alone and with Future Dreams, they don’t.

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Black Women Rising

This charity educates,inspires & brings opportunities for Black women going through cancer. The project includes support groups, podcast & a magazine

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