WPDE News Channel 15 Takes An Inside Look At “Look Good…Feel Better” Program

WPDE News Channel 15 is taking viewers behind the scenes of the American Cancer Society’s “Look Good…Feel Better” program during “Good Morning Carolinas” on Monday, January 13.

WPDE Reporter Amanda Kinseth will report live from 5 – 7 a.m. at Coastal Cancer Center’s Myrtle Beach office – the host site of four “Look Good…Feel Better” sessions in 2014. The local oncology practice recently announced the addition of three more sessions at its Conway office throughout the year.

The program developed by the American Cancer Society offers female cancer patients two hours of makeovers and tips on make-up, skin, hair and nail care free of charge. During the fun-filled afternoon, participants also learn how to properly care for and maintain wigs, in addition to receiving advice on turban styling.

Coastal Cancer Center is proudly hosting the following “Look Good…Feel Better” sessions with the American Cancer Society in 2014:

To register, contact the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345.

Stay up-to-date with the latest news, events and cancer education on Coastal Cancer Center’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

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