Managing a severe well-being matter is an extremely difficult mission but the latest New Yorker of the Week is doing his chunk to help easiness some of the agony for several women in need.
He was studying to become a surgeon, but instead, Rodolfo Valentin of the Upper East Side gave up on medical school, but not his desire to make people feel better.
“After a year of studying to turn into a surgeon, Rodolfo Valentin from the Upper East Side in New York City stop going to the medical school, but he did not stopped from his willing of making people feel and looks better.
For Rodolfo Valentin, hair is not just a matter around high styling. Supporting his mother fight against breast cancer, he observed its control to heal.
As soon as the chemotherapy treatments started his mom hair vanished. The oncologist promised her that her breast will be reconstructed but for her the worst disfigurement was her hair…
Rodolfo rushed up to make a wig for his mother. Back then, the elements to create a good wig was very restricted, specially the base material. For the hair color he used tea and the hair was tightened to a mesh cap.
His mother was very pleased and was then when she asked to Rodolfo a promise that he should hold as long as he lives: it was to help others in similar situations. That world is held in reserve and currently he is donating wigs for cancer patients and hair prosthetics to women with medical conditions like the one showing in this video about Rodolfo Valentin being named “New Yorker of the Week”