More than 70 Canadians are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. This makes Breast Cancer Awareness Month an important time of year for families across the country. Even though Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded in 1985 many people still find it a taboo subject and are taken off guard when it effects their family. That’s why My Top Drawer want’s to inform the public about all of the options available to breast cancer patients. One of their specialties is in Mastectomy wear so they have a wealth of information to share with anyone who has questions.
In this edition of “In Conversation With…” host Rob Curwain welcomes Lisa Robinson, Director of Culture at My Top Drawer, to our CKPC studio. Together they discuss breast health, breast prosthesis & products that are available to women to help them after having a mastectomy.
Other topics covered in this program include: If I’m having a mastectomy should I come in for a fitting before or after my procedure? What’s the average cost for a prosthesis or prosthetic bra? Is there any funding available to help with the cost of these products? Are there different styles of prosthetics available? Etc.
To learn more about My Top Drawer and the services that they offer you can visit their website mytopdrawer.com