Hope's Boutique, a non-profit shop that is part of the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, is just the place to pick up that special something to help support those with cancer. The Dublin boutique, which celebrates its 11th anniversary on Oct. 22, carries a wide range of products and offers support for cancer patients. We compiled a list of 10 items to pick up a pick-me-up for someone you love this month.

3 Seam Turban, $18
Great for chemotherapy patients who lose their hair, Hope's Boutique recommends getting two caps so one is always fresh to wear.

Natural Care Gel, $10.50
Helps treat the burns that are sometimes caused from Radiation treatments.

Lindi Skin products, $10 and up
This line of products-including face wash, lotion and lip balm-was developed specifically for people going through cancer treatments.

Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book, $22
This tutorial/reference book provides breast cancer patients with all they need to know about their illness and its effects.

Fashion Alert bracelet, $9 for tag, $13 for bracelet
If one's lymph nodes have been removed, it is important to have a lymphedema alert in case of emergency. The medical alert tag can be interchanged onto different beaded bracelets for different styles and colors.

Archipelago Soy Lotion Milk, $25
A popular product at Hope's Boutique, this moisturizer is perfect for those going through chemotherapy.

Queasy Pops, $4 for seven
These pops help to relieve nausea, and come in drops as well. Queasy Drops come in packs of 21 for $5.50.

Hats, $15-$50
A hat is a must to protect sensitive skin from the sun, and many come with a built-in SPF in the fabric.

Wigs, $220-$500
Hope's Boutique provides wig fittings to help find the perfect wig for you or your loved one.

Ribbon Awareness
Whether it is pink for breast cancer or yellow for any type, wearing a ribbon is a great way to show support for cancer patients.


Hope's Boutique
4049 W. Dublin-Granville Road, Dublin