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I shaved my head when my dad had cancer, but I had the advantage of knowing he was bald. but I commend you for trying

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it depends on the severity of the cancer, right? so kemo therapy may or may not come soon? it's great that you were supportive about it, though

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shut the fuck up 81 you don't know friends and family shave their heads to support that person going through it so they don't go through it alone

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Well I highly doubt someone like you would even get a girlfriend in the first place! So I wouldn't worry about that if I were you :)

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Really surely avoiding a hairy situation would be deciding to shave her hair, at the last minute not shaving it.

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and sometimes it doesn't at all. my dad had cancer and was undergoing treatments for nearly two years before his death and his hair was fine.

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Yeah, out of all the people I know with cancer, only about 10% lost their hair and it was about a year in for them. A supportive gesture but unnecessary. I hope the friend takes it in the spirit meant.

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cancer patients usually lose their hair because of chemotherapy. if the OPs friend hasn't had chemo yet then her hair is very less likely to fall off.

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I know what happens when you get cancer because my grandmother died that way. But this shaving thing reaminds me of this south park episode with “Conjoined Twin Myslexia Awareness Week”...

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