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Henna "crowns" for chemotherapy patients

3 years agoHumor : Boing Boing

Samaritan Magazine has a fun article here about Henna Heals, a charity based in Canada that offers a free service to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy: beautiful henna designs applied to their chemo-bald heads. The organization was created by photographer Frances Darwin, who also captures the resulting designs in photos. Snip: The swirling, intricate drawings, which [...]
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