Methodist in the Media

Scare Away Cancer Making a Difference in the Metro

Published: Jan. 24, 2022

Methodist Health System's Inner Beauty Salon has received about $150,000 from Scare Away Cancer.

"The thing is with Inner Beauty, the way that we're making a difference is we are able to help people in everything from the top of their head to the soles of their feet feel and look beautiful and help restore the things that cancer has stolen away," said program director Lori Fuchs.

Lauren Schnacker was diagnosed with lymphoma in October.

"I know when I first shaved my head, it was really hard to ... it made everything feel real. Like the cancer was real," she said. "And then putting the wig on just made everything feel better."

KMTV: Scare Away Cancer Making a Difference in the Metro