October 22, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Private hospital Le Boise patients see “Pink in Life”

Ce lundi, l'hôpital privé le Bois, à Lille, proposait des ateliers de bien être et de socio-esthétique aux patientes atteintes par le cancer du sein, dans le cadre d'Octobre rose.

You may have seen, pink ribbons everywhere, public buildings lit up in pink …. we are in the middle Pink October. A month to educate women on the dangers Breast cancer, And encourage them to do so Track down.

Here it is 28th campaign This year, and it is especially needed in our region: the second most affected region in the north of France (at a rate of 106 per 100,000 inhabitants). Mortality rate in Nord and Pass de Calais 30% higher than the national average. But breast cancer is detected early Cures in 90% of cases.

It shows that we can fight

This Monday, at Le Boise Private Hospital, Lilly, Women suffering from breast cancer have the right to wellness workshops. Larry, from Batunois, took off his hat to try on the beautiful Pink and floral tiara. She usually wears only black or white: “Gave more hilarity, pleasure“, She looked at herself in the mirror and smiled.”It shows that we can fight. It’s good to see life in pink

Larry traded for a pink October turban on his black beanie. France Radio France
Cecil Bidalt

A mentally ill patient is better able to cope with the disease

It is also, Pink October, to show that one is a woman before illness. A major process for healing According to Marion Com, nurse coordinator at Oncology Care Pathway at the private hospital Le Boise: “With breast cancer, you are injured in your femininity, sometimes with total mastectomy (breast removal), chemotherapy, hair loss, sometimes with eyebrows and eyelashes. All femininity is oppressed. A mentally ill patient is better able to cope with the disease“.

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Nail beauty sessions take place behind the white screen. With treatments they weaken, they break, and sometimes fall out like hair. Carine Desbaurie, Socio-aesthetician, Anna, 54 and advises one-and-a-half-year-olds. She applies specific products to it. “I’m all dapper“Anna smiles admiring her red nails,” “We are not just sick people. We have a disease. And in order to take good care of it and cure it, I need to feel good“.

Karin Desbaurie, socio-esthetician, cares for patients' nails.
Karin Desbaurie, socio-esthetician, cares for patients’ nails. France Radio France
Cecil Bidalt

Behind another screen, here it is Fabienne Richez, Related Bio-Reflexologist. This is a technique that puts pressure on the feet Rest the patient, And transmit its power. Fabian knows what she’s talking about, she’s conquered breast cancer herself: “Thanks to reflexology and treatment, because it does not replace shad, I regained my strength. I was relieved today“. Message of Hope by Pink October.