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'It can feel very powerful': Nonprofit offers free professional haircuts for people with cancer

HINSDALE, Ill. - When Candy Fraser learned that the Hinsdale nonprofit where she takes an exercise class for cancer patients was offering free professional hairstyling services, she immediately signed up for a haircut.

"This is so marvelous because some people really need their head shaved at some point, or they're starting to grow in fuzzy hair, and they don't know

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