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'One More Chemo Down' Empathy Card


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'One More Chemo Down' Empathy Card from Emily McDowell.

Chemo changes your taste buds, and food tastes weird. Some of my favourite things (chocolate and cheese..!) tasted akin to dog poo....and I developed strong cravings for green tea, pineapple juice and sour sweets. None of which I can touch now! Bleugh.

It's completely fine to celebrate with green tea and pineapple juice every time someone you love gets through a chemo session. Because it is really hard and they deserve to celebrate another milestone.

  • Size: 4.25'' x 5.5'' / 10.8cm x 14cm (slightly smaller than standard A7 greeting cards)
  • Blank inside
  • High quality, heavyweight card with environmentally friendly soy inks
  • Kraft envelope

We love this range of cards as the more traditional 'get well' cards are often not appropriate for someone who has been diagnosed with cancer. These cards help you find the words that you can struggle to find.

For other empathy card designs, please click here.

For gift suggestions for cancer patients going through chemo please click here.

Cards can either be sent to you or directly to the recipient with a handwritten message of your choice.