Breast cancer survivor Jean Cromley, second from right, watches as two of her long-time customers talk to each other and compare ages, inside her store, Panache Wigs and Hairpieces, at Flamingo Island Flea Market last week in Bonita Springs. Cromley, who beat breast cancer using a new type of radiation called Mammosite, sells wigs to other cancer patients, giving them a 20 percent discount.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Breast cancer survivor Jean Cromley, second from right, watches as two of her long-time customers talk to each other and compare ages, inside her store, Panache Wigs and Hairpieces, at Flamingo Island Flea Market last week in Bonita Springs. Cromley, who beat breast cancer using a new type of radiation called Mammosite, sells wigs to other cancer patients, giving them a 20 percent discount.

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