Headscarves deliver therapeutic relief for cancer sufferers

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Jillies' blouses specifically designed for breast cancer patients have already been helping women feel more comfortable and fashionable during the treatment process, and now ASHA in Scotland is providing stylish headwear with technology that can ease the side effects of chemotherapy. The brand is a project by Murray Hogarth Company, which has teamed up with the School of Textiles & Design at Heriot Watt University in order to create the garments. The headwear is made of micro-encapsulated fabric, which can emit fragrance, and comes in three different versions to aid relief of the side effects of cancer. The Lavender Aroma…

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