Treatment for cancer can cause temporary or lasting changes including hair loss, scarring and bodily changes, which can all affect how one dresses, looks and feels. But with the right fashion and accessories, patients can help regain control and sense of self during and after treatment.
The second annual CAMC Cancer Center Fashion Show was held Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. Each model was a patient or survivor.
Models wore clothing, jewelry, prostheses and accessories to highlight how to fashionably adapt to changes throughout the cancer journey. The show was created for cancer patients by cancer patients and serves as an opportunity to provide education, resources and comradery to the local cancer community.
This event was made possible by funding from many generous gifts to the CAMC Foundation.
For more information, visit CAMC's cancer services webpage.