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The bfflbag ™ is designed to provide comfort and improve the patient experience. It is ideal for a woman recovering from surgery, daily radiation, or cycles of chemotherapy.

From one friend to another, the bfflbag™ is the perfect, useful gift.

The bfflbag™ features:

  • Lightweight, stain resistant nylon
  • Metal feet to keep the bag off hospital floors
  • Inside and outside pockets
  • Easy-to-open zipper
  • Spacious interior

What is in the bfflbag™?

  • Axilla Pilla™: a lightweight fabric pillow, specially designed to brace the axilla where lymph nodes are sampled), abdomen, or to prop your head.
  • Overnight toiletries (everything from lip balm to eye drops to a nail kit)
  • Notecards, pen, notepad, and an envelope to organize important papers
  • Drain care products and instructions
  • Water bottle, mints, and socks

Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson has devoted her clinical years to treating women with breast cancer. As a patient recovering from breast  reconstruction, she experienced it first hand. The bfflbag™ remembers all  the little things that a patient might forget. In partnership with cosmetic bag designer Stephanie Johnson, the bfflbag™ is filled with everything to make
recovery a little easier.

Retail price: $99

Benefit to FORCE

15% of the net profits from the sale of the bffl bag will be provided to FORCE. Enter FORCE in the comments at checkout.


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