"Lifetime Friends: Stylish Solution for Hair Loss"
By Bob Shackelford, TampaBays10.com
"Illness spurs designer's new career"
By Jean Patteson, OrlandoSentinel.com, October 9, 2008
Photo here of the Brown-Teal-Paisly "Beate" scarf, from the website
Another business in the news can be found here:
"Shop serves cancer patients"
It sells items they need and offers information about the disease.
By STEVE MARRONI, For the York [PA] Daily Record/Sunday News, 10/17/2008
When Diana Klunk was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, she knew it was some sort of divine intervention.
"I believe God gave me cancer for a reason," she said.
"I feel I was given cancer so that I know what it's like, and I can help people who are going through it."
She recently opened a shop called LifeChanges Boutique at the Hanover Community Health and Education Center at 400 York St. in Hanover.
The shop, which had a grand opening Monday, caters to women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
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The store is filled with every necessary item, educational tool and even fun accessories, Klunk said. She carries a wide assortment of hats and Beau Beaus -- a kind of scarf that works as a head covering for those who lost their hair through chemotherapy.