The Heart Link Women’s Network Creates Alliance to Help Women Recovering from Breast Cancer

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The Heart Link Women’s Network announces its alliance with Bridging the Gap Between Breast Cancer and Beauty, founded by Rachell Hall with the Breasthetics Clinic.

"Women need and deserve to be have access to a complete restoration after losing their breasts to cancer. What Bridging the Gap offers is the last seal of victory for these amazing women warriors." Dawn Billings, CEO and Founder of The Heart Link Network

The Heart Link Network, women networking with 200 locations in U.S., Canada, and Australia announces an alliance with Bridging the Gap Between Breast Cancer and Beauty.

At the Rachell Hall Breasthetics Clinic they lovingly walk women thru the final reconstructive procedure of Breasthetics. They not only focus on the exterior beauty of the breast but they treat their patients/clients as whole human beings by understanding the psychological effects that women experience during and after an arduous battle with breast cancer.

“We not only restore the beauty of the breast, we give hope to our Patient/Clients,” states Rachell Hall, founder of Bridging the Gap Between Breast Cancer and Beauty. “Through the medical treatment of cancer, women also suffer the loss of their eyebrows and eyelashes. This is embarrassing and becomes an issue of discomfort for the patients/clients, so we also offer services to help cancer patients feel beautiful again.”

“Complete Breasthetic recovery for every woman is our goal and our expertise at The Rachell Hall Breasthetics Clinic and The Breasthetics Institute of America™. “Breasthetics” is defined as the unity of science, technique, and aesthetics in restoring the natural appearance of the breast after mastectomy surgery by completing the reconstruction process with nipple/areola cosmeceutical dermal pigmentation,” says Hall.

“As the founder of The Heart Link Women’s Network, serving, educating and inspiring thousands of women each month, I understand the women need more information and assurance when they are diagnosed and frightened. As the daughter of a mother who lost her breast, I understand all too well what it means to have a completed reconstruction so that a woman doesn’t feel deformed,” stated Dawn Billings, an author and retired family therapist. "We are thrilled to align with Rachell Hall and Bridging the Gap to raise awareness of these wonderful services that can help women feel whole and beautiful again."


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