Personalized Cancer Care July 18 2017

Each and every patient should begin early on to work with their clinician towards personalized care. A personalized approach is looking at your tumor and finding out everything you can about it through many different avenues.- via Mark Roby

Hospital Wear June 29 2017

Thank YOU, Steve, for the beautiful words and 5-star review. At Healing Threads, we make items for both men and women, always ensuring your comfort is #1 

Do No Harm June 16 2017

Having lived long enough to have experienced discrimination against women many, many times in our lives a fire was kindled in us to help women achieve independence and empowerment in their lives. Our collection of clothing, Healing Threads, offers independence and empowerment to women going through this very personal and very draining time in their lives.

How People Grieve is as Unique as Their Fingerprint May 25 2017

You know, so many times we hear of a cancer survivor who, despite all the fighting and drugs and non-traditional treatments, succumbs to this horrid disease. We are glad she/he are out of their pain and anxiety, but feel so badly for their families. A young woman I followed on her blog, Mandi Hudson, passed away about a month ago from metastatic breast cancer.  She had not celebrated her 40th...

"It" Is What You Make "It" May 01 2017

Thinking about writing a blog and actually doing it are two different things. I have been thinking about it for years and now I am ready to start. Being in the business I have been in since 2003 when the crazy idea of starting another business came to my sisters and me, has afforded me the introduction and acquaintance of many hundreds of interesting people, mostly women, but men too....

Cancer Patients Command the Runway July 13 2016

This is an obvious self-promotion! This comes from Ann Marie Otis of Stupid Dumb Breast Cancer. In April, 2016, Ann hosted a fashion show during Syracuse, NY's fashion week. I think this is a brilliant idea for encouraging cancer patients and their caregivers to know that there are SO MANY of us survivors who care about them and their comfort. Ann explains how important it is for cancer patients to do...

Peace June 20 2014

Peace. It was the mantra for so many of us Boomers in the 60's and 70's. "Give peace a chance, that's all we are asking", one of my favorites. The Vietnam War was the event that gave rise to the peace movement. And because of all those demonstrators begging for peace, peace was achieved and the Vietnam War ended. But a peaceful world is an oxymoron these days. The news...

First, A Little Housework May 27 2014

Hopefully this will be the first of many articels I write and you read! I spend a lot of time reading on the Internet. I am hoping to share a lot of what I learn, from reputable sites, with you. There are people who say what I want to say in a more interesting way. Hopefully you will find them informative, factual, inspiring, emotional, and yes, even a bit humorous!...

Casual Healing Threads Video Testimonial by Hans Rueffert, May 12 2014

Transcription: Hey folks. My name is Hans Rueffert.  I am a stomach cancer patient at MD Anderson right now, about to have a total gastrectomy. One of the worst things about being in the hospital is being uncomfortable, especially with those awful robes they give you before and after surgery.  You know, they tie in the back and they're open in the back so you have to wear two of...

Facilities that Provide the Original Healing Threads Garments to Their Patients September 24 2013

We like to explain that these following medical facilities and foundations actually not only “talk the talk”, but “walk the walk” of patient-centered care. We are most eager to include YOUR facility in our list! Partnership for Breast Care at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut Driving for a Cure provides Healing Threads for Ohio Valley Medical Center, West Virginia East Ohio Regional Hospital, Ohio Cambridge Regional Cancer Center, Ohio West Virginia...
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