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Chemo Baskets

Radiation Baskets

Mastectomy Basket

Gifts Under $30

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Lindi Face Serum
Lindi Body Lotion
Dionis Goat Milk Lip Balm
Dionis Goat Milk Hand & Cream
Dionis Goat Milk Body Lotion Pump
Lindi Soothing Balm
Lindi Cooler Pad
Lindi Cooler Roll
Aquaphor
Queasy Pops / Drops
Dry Mouth Lozenges
Peppermint Drops
Herbal Tea (peppermint/green)
Hot & Cold Eye Pillow
Cozy & Soft Socks
RTT Chemo Beanie
Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers
Nut & Dried Fruit Mix
Dark Chocolate Covered Berries
Jelly Belly Sport Beans (2 packs)
Pocket Pack Tissues
Health / Medical Organizer (PDF)
Brain Teaser Puzzle
Puzzle Book
Adult Coloring Book Set
Custom Designed Note Cards
Jelly Belly Cocktail Jelly Beans

FAQs

It’s generally advisable to avoid items with restrictive or tight fits, especially around the surgical area. Additionally, fragrant products or those with strong scents might be best avoided as some individuals may be sensitive during the healing process. Always consider the individual’s preferences and any specific guidelines provided by their healthcare team when choosing gifts.
Gifts for mastectomy patients should prioritize comfort and emotional support. Consider items such as post-surgery clothing like button-up shirts, soft blankets, pillows for added comfort, and practical items like scar care products, drainage belts, and mastectomy pillows. Thoughtful gestures, such as handwritten notes or a supportive care package, can also bring comfort during the recovery process.
Opt for gentle and hypoallergenic skincare products that are suitable for sensitive post-surgery skin. Unscented lotions, scar creams, or products specifically designed for scar care can be thoughtful choices. Always check with the patient or their healthcare team regarding any restrictions or recommendations for skincare during the recovery period.

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Common side effects include nausea, fatigue, hair loss, skin sensitivity, headaches, cognitive changes, and taste changes.
Ideas for items that help with the side effects of chemo include ginger candies or quesy pops, anti-nausea wristbands, cozy blankets, soft hats, socks, or scarves, gentle skincare products, hypoallergenic lotions, lip balm, hand sanitizers, masks, journals, memory aids, puzzles or activities and snacks. Many of these helpful items can be found in our care packages.

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Flowers, plants, some scented beauty products, and perfumes. Flowers and plants can carry bacteria and fungal spores making them a bad choice for a gift for cancer patients. Cancer patients that have been through chemo or radiation also often are sensitive to strong smells making strong smelling beauty products or perfumes a bad choice.
Common side effects include nausea, fatigue, hair loss, skin sensitivity, mouth sores, a weakened immune system, cognitive changes, loss of appetite or taste changes, and nerve damage.
Ideas for items that help with the side effects of chemo include ginger candies or quesy pops, anti-nausea wristbands, cozy blankets, soft hats, socks, or scarves, gentle skincare products, hypoallergenic lotions, lip balm, hand sanitizers, masks, journals, memory aids, puzzles and snacks. Many of these helpful items can be found in our care packages.
While thoughtful and supportive, it’s essential to consider the individual’s specific health condition and any dietary or skincare restrictions they may have. Avoid strongly scented items or products that might interfere with treatment. Always consult with the patient or their caregivers, and when in doubt, check with the healthcare team.

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Families - Friends

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“I bought this box before my mom started treatment. The joy on her face was amazing! She was feeling down and the box brought her happiness.”

Patients - Survivors

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“My friend sent me a box and I used almost everything. The beanie is still my favorite, the snacks came in handy and the lotions were a life saver!!"

Medical Professionals

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“I’m an oncology worker at Johns Hopkins and came across this when a friend’s fiancé was diagnosed. I love this and have shared it with our staff."

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