We carefully source each item in our HOPE Kits based on recommendations from patients and survivors who have told us what helps most during treatment.
Fuzzy socks to provide warmth and comfort in cold treatment rooms
Insulated tumbler to aid in critical hydration
Unscented lotion to calm fragile skin
Unscented lip balm to replenish dry lips
Hope journal & pen to express your thoughts & record questions for your care team
Hot tea to ease nausea caused by treatment
Inspirational bracelet to remind you that hope is stronger than fear
Encouragement card to bring hope to your day
Hard candy to reduce the unpleasant aftertaste of chemotherapy
Clean beauty product to remind you that you are beautiful, inside and out
Face mask to protect immunocompromised patients from germs
Items may vary.
Resources for You
Chemo Messages are inspiring messages sent straight to your inbox. We know experiencing chemo and its side effects can bring up a lot of emotions. We designed these weekly messages to help ease your fears and bring you hope.
What Helps During Chemo?
Knowing what to expect can help manage the anxiety surrounding chemotherapy treatment. In this blog post, patients and survivors share their advice for women starting chemo for the first time. Already started or completed chemo? Share your recommendations in the comments.
Taking care of your body is essential when facing breast cancer and treatment. The Healthy Recipes for Cancer Patients eBook, written by a registered dietitian, outlines healthy cooking principles and is full of easy and delicious recipes to keep your nutrition on track.