Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed life-threatening cancer in women and the leading cause of cancer death among women. However, not everyone knows about triple-negative breast cancer, a disease that Kisha Chase or better known as “KishaOnFleek,” raises awareness for on her site called Triple Negative Wont Win.
Triple Negative Wont Win sells hair growth products perfect for cancer patients who experience hair loss and thinning of hair volume due to the cancer treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation. It also helps alopecia patients or anyone with hair that’s thin or completely gone. These products strengthen hair, stop breakage, and leave hair healthy and shiny.
Triple-negative is an advanced type of breast cancer. Triple-negative breast cancer means that the offending tumor is an estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), and HER2-negative. On a positive note, this type of breast cancer is typically responsive to chemotherapy. Because of its triple-negative status, the tumors generally do not respond to receptor-targeted treatments. Depending on its diagnosis stage, triple negative breast cancer can be particularly aggressive and more likely to recur than other breast cancer subtypes.
Because of this disease’s severity, the founder came up with the name Triple Negative Wont Win because she has survived it. Up to this day, Kisha is still actively fighting the disease and has religiously used her products to address hair growth issues. As someone who knows the struggles firsthand, the Triple Negative Wont Win products are effective and safe to use.
Kisha’s number 1 motto in dealing with this deadly disease is not surrendering and fighting as best as possible. Hence, she decided to use her cancer journey to provide other cancer patients with weapons to combat triple negative breast cancer. Through her products, one can be assured of the best quality since Kisha herself uses the products. Now, Kisha sports a healthy mane of long hair thanks to the Triple Negative Wont Win hair products.
Furthermore, these products are inclusive of all types of hair. The ingredients are also natural, and no harsh or toxic chemicals were used in the formulation. As such, these are all-around products for straight, wavy, or curly hair. Because of the natural ingredients included in the works, these will not break the hair or make the hair brittle. Instead, the products make the hair healthy, strong, soft, and it will help it grow long.
Chemotherapy patients also benefit more from the growth oil products. Kisha swears by the growth oil products since it helped her grow her hair in patches. It also helped her gain more confidence in battling this severe disease.
In the long run, Kisha’s brand aims to help spread awareness about triple-negative breast cancer as most of the population is not aware of this type of cancer. Knowledge is power. Kisha advocates that women should get regularly checked and research the specifics of triple-negative breast cancer to be more educated about this subject matter. This will also help give recognition to the women suffering from this disease.
Check out the amazing products on the brand’s official website.
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