Helping women heal in comfort & dignity after surgery in their battle against breast cancer with post-op recovery healincomfort shirts, shower lanyards & more.
I'm the founder & CEO of healincomfort. 12 year survivor and I am helping women heal in comfort and dignity after surgery in their battle against breast cancer. NO more old man PJ's we deserve proper healing equipment after such a difficult surgery. When a sprained elbow recieves more equipment to heal in than a woman who looses her breast something needs to change!!
I created and patented The heal-in-comfort post op shirt to help solve this problem.
"In June 2007, while preparing a tribute to former ABC colleague Joel Siegel—who had been an advocate of early screening and prevention during his own battle with colon cancer—Robin performed a breast self-exam and found a lump. On July 17, after undergoing a biopsy, she was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. Over the next year, Robin would share many aspects of her journey with the GMA audience, generating both an outpouring of heartfelt support and a number of critically important informative segments on topics related to breast cancer for the morning news show."
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