Discover the reason one woman refused to put up with the lack of
equipment hospitals provide during mastectomy surgery and created her own equipment.
Let me start by saying that I am one of you and I know how difficult this time
is for you and your family. My name is Cherie Mathews from Austin Texas
and I am the creator of the Heal in Comfort post op equipment. I understand
the fear and the complicated decisions associated with this disease and
surgery. It is difficult to learn the medical lingo, hear everything the doctors
say and juggle all of the new information.
The new “job” of keeping up with medical appointments, decisions that have
to be made are enough to put you into a tailspin.
Am I close? Are you experiencing this right now?
If you have to make decisions about your mastectomy surgery, I have your
back. Don’t proceed to the hospital until you read this letter top to bottom. I
will help you get through this in a much better way than I did and in comfort
THIS ISN’T FAIR, I DIDN’T DO
When I was diagnosed I felt like I could have caused this through diet stress
or even exposure to chemicals. I decided not to try and figure out “WHY”
and move through the treatment knowing that I wanted to survive and thrive.
1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed in their life time. This
means that you and I are not alone.
WHY YOU SHOULDN'T
After mastectomy surgery I had to juggle drains, and wear a man’s shirt
because it was “roomy”. Well that was very insulting to me not to have been
provided proper equipment to heal in after having my breasts removed. A
man would never be sent home in his wife’s skirt if he lost his man parts in
the battle against cancer. So why is it ok for women to be sent home in a
man’s dress shirt after the removal of her breast in the battle against breast
cancer . I committed to myself that I will change this for my future sisters. A
broken arm wouldn’t be given a shoe lace to use as equipment to heal in
anyways you get my point. I was outraged…and did something about it.
IMPROVING BREAST CANCER
I took it into my own hands and used my IBM research and development
experience to invent a better way. A way to help solve one piece of the
puzzle as women are going through the journey. To help change the lives of
breast cancer patients throughout the country. I created a kit specifically to
addresses the needs of mastectomy patients. No longer do you need to
“rig” shoelaces, a man’s shirt or bandanas to help you heal after a
YOU CAN HEAL IN COMFORT
AND DIGNITY, YOU CAN
HAVE EQUIPMENT NOT
PROVIDED BY HOSPITALS
But how? You will find all the answers in my new mastectomy post-op
healing kitSuper soft healincomfort shirt, comes in soft blue or pink. As a
result of heavy demand please be prepared to receive either color.
Here is how it works…
The kit is comprised of equipment that you can use for up to 30 days of
√ It has a Heal in Comfort shirt with 4 internal pockets to help keep your
drains from tugging at your sides.
√ It has a lanyard that allows you to shower hands free.
√ It has a drain pouch that allows you to transition from the Heal in Comfort
Shirt to regular clothing and conceal your drains.
√ And it contains the book “Off the Rack” which will help support the
emotional piece of your journey.
YOU DESERVE MORE
You can have a better experience than I did. I have worked very hard for
the last two years to make this a more comfortable experience for my sisters
who going through this journey. Now you can heal in dignity and
comfort…the way that you deserve. My heal in comfort inventions are the
recipients of AW Magazine Entrepreneur of the Year Award and recently
featured in More Magazine.
When you purchase the kit we will throw in a free copy of
Cherie’s “Shadow Story” and Genae and Cherie’s helpful
hints and suggestions on what to do after surgery. Written
and developed by real breast cancer survivors that have
“been there done that!”
Get INSTANT ACCESS to MY MASTECTOMY POST OPERATIVE KIT
YES Cherie Mathews, I want to heal in comfort and
Yes Cherie Mathews, I want to heal in comfort and dignity and do not want to have to invent my own equipment when I get home. I need to concentrate on healing and not on how to cope and what to wear after
The Kit Contains:
One Heal in Comfort Shirt
One Pouch For Your Drains
One Lanyard for Easy Hands Free Showering
One "Off the Rack" book
FREE mastectomy healing information offered by real breast
How the Kit Works