“Keeping my hair meant I still looked like Mummy”
When Jennie Williams was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2019, she opted to have scalp cooling treatment during her rounds of chemotherapy.

"After the initial diagnosis, one of the first things I said was I don’t want to lose my hair. When I went along to my chemotherapy talk, they mentioned scalp cooling. During the treatment, they wet your hair, put some conditioner on, put the first cap on and an outer cap and then it goes cold."

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Keeping my hair has meant everything to me. I did it for my children, so I still looked like Mummy to them. To them, life has carried on as normal.

Jennie Williams

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