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Hug Wraps with Brenda Jones,on Living Fully After 40, 5/2/11

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<p style="text-align: left;"><strong>Cancer Survivor Helps to Eliminate Embarrassment by Helping Other Cancer Patients</strong></p>
Christy  Borgeld said “Never giving up and pushing forward will  unlock all the  potential we are capable of.” And that is exactly what  Brenda did. Despite having cancer and undergoing chemo, she pressed  forward.  She hated and was embarrassed by the treatment gowns and did  something  about it…she made her own! Now, she makes them for other  cancer  patients called <a href="http://hugwraps.com/" target="_blank">Hug Wraps</a>.

Brenda  Jones felt as if her world had ended when she was diagnosed with breast  cancer back in October 2008. Being forced to put on a drab, generic,  embarrassing traditional hospital gown every time she went in for  treatment only made the experience worse. Much to her surprise, the kimono-style wrap she designed to give herself  some dignity in the waiting room started garnering requests from other  patients. Today? She’s not only recovered, but she can hardly keep up  with the demand for her homemade from cancer patients all over the world.

Hear Brenda’s story LIVE Monday, May 2, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.

Find our more about Hug Wraps by visiting:  http://hugwraps.com.

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