(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) A group of expat homemakers in the UAE make prosthetic breasts called 'knockers' to give smiles, confidence and hope to mastectomy survivors.
Saaisha - Helping Breast cancer survivors rebuild their confidence and self image. Jayashree Ratan started Saaisha in 2018 to help women breast cancer survivors come to terms
Forty seven-year-old Latha (name changed), who underwent mastectomy, or breast removal, last year at a private hospital here,
No matter how well endowed they are, or even if they are not, most women are conscious of their breasts and the contour it adds to their silhouette.
Jayashree Ratan, founder of Saaisha India Foundation, helps Indian women in the most unique way.
On Women’s Day we celebrate Jayshree Ratan, the founder of Saaisha India Foundation, who along with her group
Saaisha India Foundation is a women-run charitable organisation which provides free knitted or crocheted breast prosthetics for women
She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2019 and “struggled with the shock that one of my breasts would be removed. I wasn’t thinking about the pain as much as I was thinking