Lizabeth | Virginia

Lizabeth | Virginia

Three days before my 50th birthday, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. A cancer diagnosis hits you like a ton of bricks and then the myriad of phone calls and doctors’ appointments keep you in a state of shock for some time. I was diagnosed as Stage 1, so I was...
Allen | Connecticut

Allen | Connecticut

For me, it’s a very personal thing and with the DigniCap, I’ve responded really well so people who see me have no clue that I had cancer. One of the things I’ve always had going for me was a good head of hair. When cancer patients lose their hair it dramatically...
Natalie | California

Natalie | California

Natalie | California Diagnosis: Breast Cancer When you are diagnosed with breast cancer, you quickly become aware that change is coming and, in many ways, you are no longer in control. That was incredibly hard for me to accept. With DigniCap I was actually given a...
Carla | California

Carla | California

Carla | California Diagnosis: Ovarian Cancer It all started in June 2016 on a warm, sunny day in San Francisco. After a routine gynecologist appointment, my doctor realized that something was wrong and did a biopsy on me that same day. She told me that I had cancer,...