When I had chemo some years ago, I had a prescription for a wig, also the name of the shop I was to use. I've just started chemo again and have been told if I lose my hair, or it gets very thin - then I'll get a prescription for a wig.
I had my choice of several wigs -, I can't see why someone of mixed race can't get the same choice. Also if I had needed I could have had a home help once or perhaps twice a week, I would have had to pay for this.
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