Take This Survey and Make a Difference for Cancer Survivors Worldwide

June 09, 2017 2 Comments

Last year, Denise Stewart coordinated the first online Breast Cancer Summit. Experts from around the globe gave talks on subjects relevant to those who are facing changes and challenges after their breast cancer diagnosis and surgery. Many people took part in the online learning and now she is doing it all again! Answer a few of the questions from this online survey so that the Summit can offer what you need most!

"The Breast Cancer Rehabilitation & Wellness Summit being launched July 31 and the goal is to help people across the world take action to recover well after breast cancer.

Can you help guide us? We want to deliver the best online health Summit for breast cancer survivors. It will be the first ever online Breast Cancer Rehabilitation & Wellness Summit. We need to know your thoughts about what information you need to help you recover better.

Women and men across the world have similar difficulties during their recovery stage and when trying to achieve their best health and well-being after the intensive breast cancer treatment.

The Summit is a health awareness project to help people learn more about specific health problems and in this case, it is the many side effects and problems that arise after having a breast cancer diagnosis and medical treatment."

Click the link below to enter the survey. It will only take about a minute to click through the questions.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdC826-UUB4qsewPzUjSBQGrzp80Guq1nYi0b75rgLGNMShHw/viewform?c=0&w=1





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Elisabeth Schneider
Elisabeth Schneider

November 10, 2017

If I am not able to come to Your Presentation, how would I get in touch
with showing and fittings? I am not driving my Car in the past 3 Years.
I would appreciate Your reply. Thank You

Elisabeth Schneider
Elisabeth Schneider

November 10, 2017

I had a Modified Radical Mastectomy in 1975 right side.
My Question is: Could I still have the financial Help from
the Government under the Assistive Device Program?
Up to now, I have Breast Forms very heavy and also
I need a new form every 2 Years.

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Sizing Charts & Gallery

Breast Prosthetics Measurement Chart

 Cup size Our Size

Approx. Side to Side Measurement

Approx. Top to Bottom Measurement

 

A cup

Small A

Full A

6.5 in (17 cm)

7 in (18 cm)

6.25 in (16 cm)

6.25 in (16 cm)

B cup

Small B

Full B

7.5 in (19 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

7 in (18 cm)

7.5 in (19 cm)

C cup

Small C

Full C

8.5 in (21 cm)

8.75 in (22 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

8.25 in (21 cm)

D cup

Small D

Full D

9.25 in (24 cm)

9 in (23 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

8.75 in (22 cm)

DD cup

Full DD

9.75 in (25 cm)

10.5 in (27 cm)

DDD cup Full DDD 11.5 in (29.5 cm)

10.75 in (27.5 cm)

 Stretchy Bra Sizing

 Our size
Approx. Bra Size
X-small
32
small
34-36
medium
36-38
large
38-40
X-large
40-42

 

Important Features To Look For In A Bra

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  1. Adjustable straps
  2. Good Separation between Cups
  3. Solid Underband
  4. Elastic in Cleavage Area
  5. Wide on the Sides

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  1. Wide, padded straps
  2. Centre fits close to chest
  3. Full coverage cups
  4. Solid Underband
  5. Extra Support on sides

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  1. Front Closure
  2. Smooth Cups
  3. Wide Straps
  4. Support on Sides

  

Small A Cup size (front & side view)

Full A Cup size (front & side view)

Small B cup size (front & side view)

Full B cup size (front & side view)

Small C cup size (front & side view)

Full C cup size (front & side view)

Small D cup size (front & side view)

Full D cup size (front & side view)

Full DD cup (front & side view)