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CRISSCROSS Intimates - Luxe Intimate Apparel for Women and Men.

Post-surgical undergarments for any Stage or Phase of Breast Surgery. Comfortable, chic and colorful compression undergarments.

Collection: Post-Surgical Bras, Prosthesis Bra, Briefs, Thongs, Leggings, Compression Sleeves, Sleecrets, Pouch, Men's Vests and other Accessories and Inspirational Products.

[Leggings and Prosthesis by Anita and Men’s Shapewear by Leonisa not for resale, consumers only].

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Articles are about Inspiration and Advancements in Breast Health & Wellness.

The CRISSCROSS Intimates Blog page is written by Survivor and Designer, Jean Criss.  Articles are about inspiration and breast health and wellness, product, bras and CRISSCROSS, other brands, ta-tas, advanced technology solutions, and so much more! Also, follow my other industry Columns here.

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What’s Trending For Oncology & The Patient Care Experience?

Jean Criss

As CRISSCROSS Intimates celebrates our two-year e-anniversary, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss what’s trending for Oncology and the patient care experience post-operatively after cancer. There has been tremendous innovation over the past decade. . . learn more here with Jean Criss, Author, Designer and Blogger.

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Patient Care: What I've Learned and Tips For a Healthier You!

Jean Criss

I have had numerous post-traumatic health scares and patient care experiences all of which have led me to where I am today. I am an author/blogger and columnist on Advancements in Breast Cancer Solutions, Women’s Health and Lingerie and a Fashion Designer for Post-Surgical Intimate Apparel.  I’ve learned a lot through the years and it has been this experience that makes me think about what I’ve learned and how improvements can be made for you and me. I share my story to help others learn to cope and to find that silver lining, to make a difference as I have throughout my medical journey.  I encourage you to share your experiences and to write back (  We all need to raise awareness for improved Healthcare and overall Patient Care.  Wishing you all the best.

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