Gifts for cancer patients - Finding just the right gift for someone that is battling a cancer diagnosis is not as easy as some think. Flowers are usually a challenge because they die and often that reality is a difficult reminder for someone afraid of dying themselves. Chocolates or sweets are always a hit with the exception of a cancer patient on a restricted diet. Well intentioned friends and family often times make gift choices that are poorly thought out, and although appreciated they fall short.
Cancer Horizons has put together a large list of professionals that the majority have had cancer themselves, so their product offerings are perfect, usually based on their own experience with a cancer diagnosis. From Gift baskets and Care Packages to specialty apparel and motivational pick-me ups for a friend that needs some lovin and a message of hope.
Browse these great sites for the perfect gift for that someone special that you know is fighting every day for their own life. Check out the large selection of Chemotherapy Gifts designed specifically for someone enduring a round of chemo with lotions, peppermint tea for nausea, unscented skin care products including lip balm, a warm beanie and other products designed for comfort in the middle of a chemotherapy assault. Gifts for men include a different assortment of needed products for the favorite dad, Grandpa or Son undergoing chemo themselves.
Check out the amazing motivational products, appreciation gifts for caregivers and oncology nurses, specialty apparel for breast cancer as well as adaptive clothing for seniors, jewelry, headscarves and wigs and even travel offers for the family that just needs a break from the confines of their home of hospital room.
Each of these amazing companies is also a corporate sponsor of Cancer Horizons and a generous donor to our cancer community. They sponsor contests and provide all of the prizes and gift cards donated as well as contribute directly to our members medical crowd funding accounts. Give them a look and we encourage you to tell your family, friends, church friends and all others where you think they may want to do any shopping on your behalf.