JILLIES MEDICAL TREATMENT WEAR
JILLIES offer women privacy, comfort and style during medical treatment. Owning your own JILLIE is just a small step in maintaining your dignity throughout the course of radiation, chemotherapy and during routine mammograms and other medical procedures. JILLIES make great gifts for the special women in your life. Purchase a JILLIE
BENEFITS + FEATURES
Worn by YOU, and you alone
Soft blush color, styles flatter most body types
2 sizes (S/M and L/XL)
100% natural cotton fabric, no harmful chemicals or dyes
Velcro closures for ease of fastening/unfastening
Deep armholes to facilitate dressing/undressing
Coordinating drawstring tote
WOMEN LOVE THEIR JILLIES
"I LOVED IT!!! I felt the garment was terrific, exactly what it was meant to be. The radiology nurses loved it. The consensus of opinion was that the garment is perfect." Carolyn
"Just wanted to let you know that I came home from the hospital yesterday and after a bit put my JILLIE on. I am loving it! It is so comfortable - just the right fabric weight and the velcro is PERFECT for access to everything. I am probably going to live in it for the next week or so. Thank you again for my JILLIE. I am telling everyone I know about it!" Cheryl
"Great product. I wore it at my surgeon's office and she really liked it." Elaine
"...the JILLIE was amazing and very functional for the tests which I had performed. The two physicians felt it was very well designed, functional and attractive. Also three of the patients who were waiting for their exams in their "generic, exposing and unflattering hospital gowns" commented positively." Becky
"Thank you so, so much. I always have a problem with hospital gowns.
They open and I have to tape them across. Thank you again and again."
Hope in Bloom plants indoor and outdoor gardens free of charge in Massachusetts’at the homes of women and men in treatment for breast cancer. It was founded by Roberta Hershon as a tribute to her childhood friend and fellow gardener, Beverly Eisenberg, who lost her life to breast cancer.