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AnaOno: Bras for Breast Cancer Patients

When you were diagnosed, you probably imagined all the big ways your life would change. But, if you're like many women, you may not have realized how small things - like picking out a bra or trying on clothes - would be different during and after treatment. AnaOno was founded by Dana Donofree a breast cancer patient herself, diagnosed at the age of 27. Dana made it her mission to help those who have had breast reconstruction, surgery or a mastectomy - as well as their caregivers - find bras and loungewear that meet their unique needs every step of the way.

Our compromise-free reconstruction bras, mastectomy bras and radiation bras are specifically designed for women with breast cancer, those who've had breast surgeries and those with pain or discomfort. That means that they include brilliant features such as ultra-soft, wire-free designs that won't irritate incisions or post-radiation skin, and built-in pockets to accommodate prosthetics and breast forms. Many of these bras offer convenient front-closure designs that make post-surgery dressing less complicated, plus adjustable backs and straps for a custom-like fit. We've also got post-surgery bras that have been specifically designed for flat or small-chested women, as well as breast reconstruction, lumpectomies and more.

The Best Bras for Mastectomy Reconstruction Patients, Thrivers and Survivors

The doctor usually doesn't tell you what to wear after mastectomy and reconstruction, but this question will certainly be on your mind. AnaOno is here to help you find what you need at every step of the way. The truth is that you should wear what makes you happy and feel good, with no compromises. Thanks to gorgeous, comfortable bras by innovators like AnaOno, you don't have to pick between treatment-friendly and stylish. Find everything from comfortable post-mastectomy bras to supportive lace reconstruction and radiation bras that you'll want to wear all the time.

AnaOno gives back to tireless breast cancer organizations to help spread awareness and support women with breast cancer, including Living Beyond Breast Cancer, the Breasties and METAvivor.