CureDiva is proud to announce the official launch of the first ever, one-of-a-kind, high-end shopping and community platform that provides women with breast cancer, at every treatment phase, with all of their lifestyle needs.
CureDiva is the first and most extensive online breast cancer solutions store, whose mission is to help women facing breast cancer better their lives with style. CureDiva revolutionizes the way these women are compelled to deal with their daily needs, while maintaining their femininity and functionality, during their battle with breast cancer and beyond.
CureDiva's new designated lifestyle and fashion site offers a personalized, comprehensive and intuitive social shopping experience for women coping with breast cancer at all treatment phases, as well as their families and friends who support them. CureDiva's innovative system is designed to provide real solutions to the personal and lifestyle needs of women as they deal with their disease, while also serving as the driving force behind positive lifestyle choices.
The CureDiva platform is organized according to the different phases of breast cancer treatment, leading women directly and only to solutions they require at that point. This cutting edge social e-commerce platform features smart, easy to use navigation of products and content, recommendations and tips, forums, blogs and "do and don't lists", all relevant to the phase of treatment they are in.
CureDiva's concept was created by Efrat Roman, a published writer and artist, single mother, and a breast cancer survivor who drew inspiration from her own personal experience and knowledge. When Efrat couldn't find solutions for her lifestyle needs not only as a breast cancer patient but as a woman, she knew it was her calling to create one. Throughout the treatments, surgeries and recovery periods which came with her diagnosis, Efrat dealt with loss and destruction of her femininity and body image, searching everywhere, but especially online, for solutions to her ever-changing needs as well as support from women dealing with the same issues she was.