WORDS: Alyssa Cairo SA Style – Lucy MacGill is one of those women that always looks good – and she’s devoted her career to helping other women look good too…
In 2015 one of my twin boys ben was diagnosed with a polycystic astrocytoma brain tumour. Following brain surgery, Ben had twelve rounds of chemotherapy. We are so very blessed to have the outcome we have. Basically this tumour is a paediatric tumour. Whilst very large in size, the operation and in turn chemo shrank it considerably. The nature of this tumour is it dies off as you become an adult. My twins just turned 21 so this is adulthood. My work developed here is because I want to find a channel to give back. This is a driving force to making a difference with women and then being able to give back. Thank you for your belief in me. You can wear your style with pride knowing you have contributed to a great cause. I will till my last breath be enfettered to three remarkable doctors.
Dr Steven Santorious (Ben's neurosurgeon)
Dr Arthur Elise-Flint (Ben's registrar neurosurgeon and now friend)
Dr Maria Kirby (Ben's chemo doctor)