Improving cancer patients’ quality of life through beauty and wellness therapy
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A new study conducted by the L’Oréal Foundation among 1,166 people touched by cancer has demonstrated the benefits of beauty and wellness therapy for patients’ quality of life. It also highlights the fact that too few patients know about the existence of these therapies and too few benefit from them. Through partnerships formed with hospitals, associations and scientific institutions, the L’Oréal Foundation is taking action to enable as many patients as possible to access these beauty and wellness therapies and to professionalize this discipline.

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