Look Good Feel Better announced the results of its 2016/2017 global participant survey on World Cancer Day – February 4, 2018.
The survey results revealed the extent of the groundbreaking program’s impact on patient confidence and self-image for women around the world. Across eight countries on four continents reporting survey results, Look Good Feel Better reported a 78 percent surge in self-confidence among women upon completion of the program.
Participants ranked their feelings of confidence, pre- and post-workshop and the value of the program to their self-image.
- Slightly more than half (52%) of survey participants reported feeling very or somewhat confident in their appearance before attending a Look Good Feel Better workshop. That number increased by 78 percent, to nearly 94 percent following workshop participation.
- Less than 1 percent of respondents (0.9%) reported a lack of confidence in their appearance after experiencing a workshop.
- 96 percent of respondents indicated that the program was very or somewhat valuable in improving their self-image, and 98 percent would recommend Look Good Feel Better to another person with cancer.
The Look Good Feel Better Global Patient Survey included responses from 13,300 program participants in Australasia, North and South America, Europe and to date, the program has helped 1.9 million cancer patients globally.