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Chemotherapy regimen consisted of: Perjeta, Taxotere,
Carboplatin & Herceptin (every 3 weeks x 6 cycles),
followed by Herceptin every 3 weeks for 1 year.
The ability to maintain my natural eyebrows
during my treatment made a signi;cant
psychological di;erence when dealing with
my other losses. With a wig, eyeliner and the
preservation of my own eyebrows, others
frequently commented on their amazement
that I had not lost my hair... when indeed I
had. The loss of eyelashes and the hair on
one’s head are far easier to conceal than the
loss of one’s eyebrows. Thank you for the
opportunity to use this product during my
” — Lynn
Patient retained her eyebrows despite
full body hair loss elsewhere
depression, fatigue and sleep disturbance, as well as
impaired social functioning.
An April 2017 study published in Psycho-Oncology
indicated that caregivers of patients with advanced
cancer are three times more likely than average to
be diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and
7. 7 times more likely than average to be diagnosed with
Jones recalls going to the cafeteria at the hospital
where her husband was being treated and feeling
like her heart was going to jump out of her chest
and she was going to faint. “I had never felt like
that,” she says. Her doctor told her she was having
anxiety attacks. As time passed and her financial
problems increased, she also became depressed.
In fall 2016, she went to see a therapist, who asked
her what she liked to do. Jones didn’t have an answer.
“That’s when I figured out I had lost myself,” she says.
“I hadn’t taken time out for myself in a very long time.
Everything was about my kids and my husband.”
“I hadn’t taken time out for
myself in a very long time.
Everything was about my
kids and my husband.”