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While hair fall is one of the major side-effects during the cancer treatment, a wig can give a lot of self-confidence and hope to people struggling with emotional challenges.
In one such noble initiative, about 50 students from Mount Carmel College in Bengaluru decided to donated their hair to make about 350 wigs. A girl also tonsured her head for the cause. All of this hair will be given to the female cancer patients who are undergoing treatment at the Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology in Bengaluru.
Unlike earlier when only those who could afford to get wigs made of their own hair before undergoing the second round of chemotherapy, this move will also allow people from villages to now have wigs which can be worn by them as long as they continue to lose their hair.
The hospital authorities said that after the patients are discharged, the wigs will be sanitised and given to other patients.