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Look Good Feel Better Program provided by American Cancer Society – Southfield - 1 of 2

Program Details

Look Good Feel Better is a free two-hour workshop for women undergoing cancer treatment. This program helps improve the self-image, appearance, and quality of life of patients by teaching beauty techniques to help cope with the temporary appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. This program is made possible through a collaboration of the Personal Care Products Council Foundation, the American Cancer Society, and the Professional Beauty Association/National Cosmetology Association. http://lookgoodfeelbetter.org/

This program is provided by the American Cancer Society.

Provider Details

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McLaren Clarkston

 

Beaumont Cancer & Breast Care Center

 

DMC Sinai Grace Hospital

 

Weisberg Cancer Treatment Center (Karmanos Cancer Center)

 

Assarian Cancer Center - Providence Park, Novi

 

Garden City Hospital

 

Beaumont Health System Royal Oak - Rose Cancer Center

 

St John Providence Van Elslander Cancer Center

 

Josephine Ford Cancer Center

 

McLaren Cancer Institute Macomb - Ted B Wahby Cancer Center

 

St Joseph Mercy - Oakland

 

Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute Gershenson Radiation Oncology Center

 

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

 

Beaumont Wellness Center - Dearborn

 

Beaumont Health System Troy - Wilson Resource Cancer Center

 

McLaren Port Huron Hospital

 

Lake Huron Medical Center

 

St John - North Macomb MRT Center

 

St Joseph Mercy - Canton

 

Henry Ford Hospital Wyandotte

 

Henry Ford Columbus Center

 

St John Providence Cancer Center Southfield

 

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center

 

Last Annual Review: 10/6/2016

Your American Cancer Society compiled this information as a public service. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive list. Before attending a meeting, please verify the meeting time and date. Should you experience any difficulties or need additional assistance, please contact your American Cancer Society at
1-800-ACS-2345.

Date Provided: Thursday, December 08, 2016