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EHH: Changing the Perspective by Designing Loungewear for Breast Cancer Survivors with Dana Donofree, Fashion Designer & Founder of AnaOno

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EHH: Changing the Perspective by Designing Loungewear for Breast Cancer Survivors with Dana Donofree, Fashion Designer & Founder of AnaOno

October 14, 2022

EHH: Changing the Perspective by Designing Loungewear for Breast Cancer Survivors with Dana Donofree, Fashion Designer & Founder of AnaOno

Out of a bad medical outcome can come inspiration to change the world.

In this episode of Everyone Hates Healthcare, Michael Swartz, our host, is honored to have Dana Donofree, a fashion designer, founder of AnaOno, and breast cancer survivor. Dana’s life changed when, on the eve of her 28th birthday, a diagnosis of HER2 breast cancer came back positive. She took this experience to advocate for herself and others and start a successful business that changed the fashion perspective for breast cancer survivors after enduring surgery. Any medical diagnosis explanation can be overwhelming for the patient, reason why it is best when one has a reliable team of physicians to navigate it through, as Dana shares while going through her experience. Many resources are available for cancer patients nowadays; remember, you are not alone.

Tune in to this beautiful story of resilience, advocacy, and making a difference for women and people with breasts worldwide.

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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