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With more than 10,000 women across 11 countries on five continents sharing their feedback, the Look Good Feel Better 2018 Global Participant Survey demonstrates the significant positive impact of the programs to enhance self-image for women in cancer treatments. According to the survey findings, women emerge from Look Good Feel Better 93% more confident in their appearance, as compared to before participating in the program. (Graphic: Business Wire)
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Look Good Feel Better, the global cancer support program, today announced the results of its 2018 global participant survey, which reveals the extent of the groundbreaking program’s impact on self-image. Across 11 countries on five continents reporting results, Look Good Feel Better reported that women who participate in the program emerge 93% more confident about their appearance.
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Jennifer Burke Labriola