Imagine Busch Stadium packed, about 40 thousand people inside. THat's how many women will die from breast cancer this year.
Cancer causes emotional trauma and physical stress, but for women, one of the hardest parts can be the physical transformation after chemotherapy.
However, there are resources out there for women with cancer that just want to look and feel like themselves again.
Mary Sherron has a long ponytail, but she's about to trade it in for a wig, "she can rock any of the colors I think!"
Mary has breast cancer, and just went through her first chemo treatment, "we heard about the cancer society hving wigs and chemo caps and we came to check it out before she loses her hair."
Pantene supplies the wigs to the American Cancer Society made of donated hair, "we get a couple of shipments a year and maybe 20-30 wigs at a time.
A wig can cost hundreds, even thousands of dollars, but at the American Cancer Society gives them free of charge to any women preparing for treatments going through or completing treatment.
"I could run my hand and it would come out by the handful," said Gaydara Doren, a cancer patient.
Doren is wrapping up her chemo treatments for breast cancer, she shaved her hair off after losing some of it, "I thought, i'm losing a lot of things to cancer, this is going to be on my timetable."
Her friends at work presented her with a wig from the ACS, "it brought back the feminine sides. Them side that wants to get up and put on makeup," said Doren.
But putting on makeup is a challenge in itself after chemo, "whenever you lose your hair, eyebrows, eyelashes, you're like, you don't know what to do."
Hairstylist, Kelly Derezza is now a cancer survivor, but went through the ACS's 'Look good, feel better program.' It's where professional cosmotologists teach cancer patients how to apply makeup, how to treat skin.
The program does what it says, "it makes you feel better, want to get up and do things, not slip in to that depression," says Mary Sherron.
"I feel more at east now, that we came back here and got to have fun. Fun is something I've been mising since3 I've been having so much anxiety about the cancer."