Look good, feel better class helps women with cancer


by Rachel Platt


Posted on September 10, 2012 at 4:57 PM

Updated Monday, Sep 10 at 5:00 PM

(WHAS11) -- Makeovers for women at Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center are about more than make-up and moisturizers. It's about heart and soul because cancer takes its toll. All of the women in the class have their own battle against cancer.
Ruth, 61, just had surgery last week for breast cancer and chemo is coming. Joyce has already lost her hair. Joyce is learning the art of scarves at the class.
Myssi Goldberg who volunteers to teach this class says different is okay the end game is "looking good and feeling better," the name of this class. 
Everything about these women is changing.
From dry skin, to looking pale, this class ready to offer suggestions.
Marty just wants to look like her old self when she heads back to the classroom next week after being diagnosed with breast cancer in march.
These are women are finding some new friends in their time of need.

Along with their new moisturizer and makeup, bravery is something these women wear well.

Click here for more information about the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.