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«You have to realise that without hair, you really don't feel at ease, even with your close family. I felt so sad, so bad about myself. That's why when I put on a hat, I feel something. My heart goes 'boom boom'. I feel beautiful, elegant and I dare to leave my house. You can't […]
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"I discovered Caring Hat while watching Télévie. During an interview with Fabienne Delvigne, I was immediately won over by the project. As a breast cancer sufferer myself, Fabienne's warm approach immediately put us at ease. For me, it's a whole new world, and it's really wonderful to be able to live again by wearing these […]
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"Last March, I was diagnosed with breast cancer requiring chemotherapy treatment. This meant losing my hair, which is, of course, the most visible effect of chemotherapy and it worried me because, in social situations, it would be very clear that I had cancer, and that's something I didn't want. But there weren't many options, so […]
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Testimonial of Julie about her cancer - Caring Hat


In March 2023, during a screening mammogram, the image reveals that an extensive constellation of microcalcifications has taken root in the right breast. Ductal carcinoma in situ and all the jargon that goes with it (which I'm going to have to familiarise myself with very quickly). The senologist kept sweeping her hand around my breast, […]
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Témoignage de Léa


When I was told I had cancer, I immediately thought of the wig and when I started trying them on it never felt right. In fact, I didn't feel like myself. I didn't really want a wig, but I only realised this when I met Fabienne Delvigne. A woman can be beautiful in her illness with a hat, especially with beautiful hats. It was Fabienne Delvigne who helped me to understand that the wig is not mandatory and for that I thank her from the bottom of my heart.
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Mademoiselle Luna

I'd really like to thank Fabienne Delvigne, whom I was lucky enough to meet during my chemotherapy. She was very empathetic when she came to visit me in my hospital room. I think these hats are super comfortable and super soft. You can't even tell I've lost my hair.
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témoignage de Vanessa


I am Vanesa, 49 years old, and I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Apart from the fear of the disease, I must admit that the fear of losing my hair, my femininity, my recognizable face, was important. The well-intentioned remarks, such as "it will grow back", were difficult to listen to.
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