The Ultimate Guide of Gifts For Cancer Patients 2019

The Ultimate Guide of Gifts For Cancer Patients 2019

Selecting a Holiday Gift or Christmas Gift for someone with cancer can be an overwhelming task. Trying to balance the appropriate levels of empathy, helpfulness, encouragement and sentiment is not easy. Here are our top 5 gifts for cancer patients based on type of cancer treatment and recipient. We hope this helps!

#1 CHEMO & RADIATION GIFT BASKET COMBO SET

This beauty features extra helpful products for both chemo and radiation treatment. Lindi Skincare for compromised skin due to radiation, Queasy Drops and Peppermint Tea for nausea, a beautiful quilted tote bag, pashmina scarf and spa socks make everyone's "love to have" list, not to mention the icy cool towel for nausea and the Wrapped In Love fleece wrap to always look stylish without having to lift her arms. SMART!

#2 MEN'S CHEMO CARE PACKAGE - BIG QUEASY GYM NEVER GIVE UP

He will love The Big Queasy Gym Bag packed with everything he needs to go to chemo treatment. Queasy Drops, Fleece Blanket, Socks, St. G Chemo Beanie and a ton of other useful items make the Big Queasy our most purchased gift. Bags are so much more useful than baskets and don't forget to select from over 20 inspirational, humorous or personalized slogans for the bag.

#3 BREAST CANCER CARE PACKAGE FOR WOMEN - SOMETHING PERFECT

The perfect gift to encourage and inspire her fight with cancer. Select the color of bag and scarf and dont forget the queasy drops and ginger tea for nausea. The Burt's Bees skincare set is always a fan fave. Select your slogan for the perfect sentiment. Did we say this is "Perfect"? 

#4 MEN'S CHEMO SURVIVAL KIT - SORTA QUEASY - THIS SUCKS

Cancer sucks but this gift is a winner. The Sorta Queasy offers Queasy Drops and Tea and Icy Cool Towel for nausea, Socks and Fleece Blanket for comfort and a puzzle book to keep him occupied - not to mention the Boat Tote that says it all.

#5 CRAYOLA KIDS GET WELL GIFT BOX AGES 3-10

Kids just wanna be kids. They don't need to worry about anything but healing and having fun. This gift does not remind them of the diagnosis but provides hours of fun and creativity while they heal.

Nov 3rd 2019 Gina Sibley

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