“ Women's casual wear „
Obviously for anyone that has had to go throught the trauma of chemo it's a huge relief when all the chemo and radiotherapy is over and done with! the company that makes these tank tops also makes hoodys and accessories and donate all profits (they obviously take off production costs) to charity My nan has recently finished her chemo treatment and i was looking for a "congratulations" gift on google and stumbled across this site! After browsing for a while i was disappointed to see they arent based in the uk. However their shipping rates arent too awful and so one should be on its way to me shortly! woo! I think these t-shirts are awsome and are a really cute idea for that special someone thats recovering from such awful treatments please take the time to have a look through the website if anyone you know is in remission! hopefully something will suit them and put that much needed smile back on their faces
Finishing chemothearpy is very large landmark, showing the difficult times that have been behind you, and the hope that finishing treatment brings. Its hard to know what to give someone who finishes despite wanting to acknowledge it for the big thing it is. The "No More Chemo" store has gifts of all kinds with "Yipee, no more chemo for me" written on them, with a big rainbow, smiley face and some stars thrown in. You can purchase it on a toddlers tshirt, a tote bag, hoody or what ever else you would like it on! Best of all, all the profit (after Cafepress has taken their costs) is used to purchase these gifts for children finishing chemotherapy. Its an American site but postage rates to the UK are quite good. Prices vary depending on the item but the spaghetti tank top costs £15, a teddy wearing the tshirt is £11 and a baby grow £9.50 (sadly needed) and also a card with it on for £3.50. Try finding any of those in a gift shop! Please celebrate with your friend/husband/wife/daughter/son/sister or anyone you know who have reached that big landmark.