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Cold caps help breast cancer patients save their hair (CBS This Morning) - October 19, 2016

Another version called DigniCap circulates coolant through one cap. It received FDA approval last December, but it’s far less available since it mus...

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LOW INCOME WOMEN WITH CANCER GET HELP TO KEEP THEIR HAIR (ABC 7News) - October 17, 2016

"Hair loss is a huge issue for women, it effects their ability to work, to interact with their families, to interact at school it's a major event in t...

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Cold cap can reduce hair loss in breast cancer patients (Las Vegas Review-Journal) - October 17, 2016

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved one brand, the DigniCap Scalp Cooling System, for use in this country in December.

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News12 - October 06, 2016

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New technology to help protect hair from effects of chemotherapy (WLKY) - October 05, 2016

"The patients who have had success with scalp cooling are just absolutely delighted. It makes their lives so much better," Norton Cancer Institute Dr....

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FDA-Approved Cooling Cap Minimizes Hair Loss During Chemotherapy (CBS Denver) - September 21, 2016

“Kathy, I was supposed to be bald my twelfth day of treatment,” Padgett told CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh.
“I could choose to keep my hai...

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Avera Medical Minute AMcK: Stop cancer from stealing your hair with DigniCap (ABC KSFY) - September 14, 2016

"We have the opportunity to preserve 50 to 70% of their hair throughout their oncology treatment." said Cystal Enstad, Infusion Center manager at the ...

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Could chemotherapy hair loss be prevented? (NBC 12NEWS) - September 13, 2016

"As a woman, your hair is so important," she said. "Everyone says, 'Oh, it's OK. It won't be that bad.' But it is -- it really is."

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Technology at UCHealth helps save hair during chemotherapy (NBC 9NEWS) - August 31, 2016

“As a mammographer, I don’t want to go to the waiting area and look like a cancer patient. I don’t want to look sick. It scares them!” Sanchez...

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Norton offers scalp cooling to help cancer patients (WLKY News – Insider Louisville: Business briefing for Aug. 15) - August 16, 2016

Norton Cancer Institute is helping breast cancer patients avoid chemotherapy-induced hair loss through a scalp cooling cap. The institute said it is t...

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