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  • Kathie
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    I don't know if they will let this on the telegram site but there is a wonderful place in Stratford and Hanover in Ontario http://www.simplylovelylingerie.com/mastectomy.php

  • Jennifer
    July 02, 2010 - 13:31

    Hear hear! I nearly fell over when I heard that my Mom had to dish out major money for a mastectomy bra that's no different than one I'd wear, except it has a small nylon pocket attached for holding a prosthesis. Outrageous! She paid out the money and bought a half-dozen of those specialty bras from medical supply stores over the years. She has since discovered that she could sew a pocket of nylon into a 'regular' bra to accommodate the prosthesis. Thought I'd pass that tip along to readers. It certainly has saved her a lot of grief... and a PILE of cash... and everything matches :)

  • Cynthia
    July 02, 2010 - 13:15

    After reading this article in the Telegram ,I only realized then that this must be very fustrating for women who have survived breast cancer. Great Job by Leslie. I only hope someone from one of the major clothing stores will read this aricle and realize that surviving breast cancer has become a way of life for so many women, young and old. It is very important that these ladies can still be a part of the feminine side of life.

  • Kathie
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    I don't know if they will let this on the telegram site but there is a wonderful place in Stratford and Hanover in Ontario http://www.simplylovelylingerie.com/mastectomy.php

  • Jennifer
    July 01, 2010 - 20:20

    Hear hear! I nearly fell over when I heard that my Mom had to dish out major money for a mastectomy bra that's no different than one I'd wear, except it has a small nylon pocket attached for holding a prosthesis. Outrageous! She paid out the money and bought a half-dozen of those specialty bras from medical supply stores over the years. She has since discovered that she could sew a pocket of nylon into a 'regular' bra to accommodate the prosthesis. Thought I'd pass that tip along to readers. It certainly has saved her a lot of grief... and a PILE of cash... and everything matches :)

  • Cynthia
    July 01, 2010 - 19:54

    After reading this article in the Telegram ,I only realized then that this must be very fustrating for women who have survived breast cancer. Great Job by Leslie. I only hope someone from one of the major clothing stores will read this aricle and realize that surviving breast cancer has become a way of life for so many women, young and old. It is very important that these ladies can still be a part of the feminine side of life.