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What we are depilating: Part 2

By SUSAN_GREENBERG  

Last time I posted on this subject, back in November 2007, it was to mourn the loss of the local beauty salon, after a takeover by a cosmetic surgery firm. Where, I asked, was I going to have my legs waxed now?

The problem is solved, for the time being. I am being treated for breast cancer, so I have no hair to remove on my legs, or anywhere else.

Everyone knows that you lose your hair from chemotherapy it features in a thousand television dramas. What they don’t tell you is that it hurts. Losing it, that is. First…

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