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Chemotherapy-induced alopecia and effects on quality of life among women with breast cancer: a literature review. J Lemieux, E Maunsell, L Provencher. Psychooncology. 2008 Apr 17(4):317–28.
Psychological sequelae and alopecia among women with cancer. EL McGarvey, LD Baum, RC Pinkerton, LM Rogers. Cancer Practitioner. 2001Nov–Dec;9(6):283–9.
A comparison of men and women's experiences of chemotherapy-induced alopecia. G Can, M Demir, O Erol, A Aydiner. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 2013 Jun 17(3):255 –60.
Medical Research Council
Young men are just as affected by hair loss during cancer treatment, 2007. LINK to news report on MRC website.
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Cancer and its management (6th edition)
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Plastic surgery without the surgery: The Miracle of Makeup Techniques
Eva Pearl, 2004
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