Good Samaritan Health Center Offers "Look Good, Feel Better" Program
The Oncology Department at Ministry Health Care's Good Samaritan Health Center in Merrill is once again inviting women with cancer to a fun, free program on Thursday, August 28.
The "Look Good, Feel Better" program is designed to help women with cancer understand how their treatment can affect hair, skin, and spirit. The program will begin at 6 p.m. and those attending should use the Surgery Center entrance at Good Samaritan Health Center.
Professional cosmetologists will be on hand to provide tips on skin care and how to use make-up, wigs, scarves, and hats during cancer treatment. Every woman who attends will receive a free kit of brand-name cosmetics and skin care products donated by major cosmetic companies.
"Look Good, Feel Better" is a program of the American Cancer Society designed to assist women undergoing cancer treatment to cope with appearance-related effects of their care and help regain a sense of confidence and control over their lives.
Good Samaritan Health Center offers oncology services through Marshfield Clinic in Merrill. Cancer patients may receive treatment, support, and see an oncologist at Good Samaritan Health Center.
To register for "Look Good Feel Better," please call 715.539.2133. Refreshments will be served.