Doña | California

Doña | California

It’s an understatement to say that my diagnosis with stage IIIC ovarian cancer in late November 2016 came as a shock. Among all the things I was discussing with my doctor prior to surgery, I mentioned that I was sad about losing my hair. That was when I learned about...
Jen | New York

Jen | New York

When I was diagnosed with cancer last year and learned that I needed chemo, of course one of my initial thoughts was whether I would lose my hair. I wasn’t so concerned for myself, but more for my two small kids. I was very nervous that such a dramatic change to...
Howard | Florida

Howard | Florida

My name is Howard and I’m a Diagnostic Radiologist now for over 30 years. My specialty is body imaging, which is oncology imaging for CT, MRI and PET scans. I have helped multiple patients over the years with my job and have many cancer survivor friends, as I...
Susan | New Jersey

Susan | New Jersey

I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Advanced Inflammatory breast cancer which is a very aggressive form of the disease. After working with cancer patients for many years, and then being told myself that I would immediately be starting very strong chemotherapy, I knew that I...
Therese | New York

Therese | New York

I’d heard the numbers—one in eight women are diagnosed with breast cancer, but I never thought that six weeks after my wedding, I’d became part of that statistic at age 31. Finding the lump in the shower was a total accident—at my age, I wasn’t even doing a breast...
Maricel | Florida

Maricel | Florida

Going through breast cancer is difficult. Losing your hair is difficult, too. I was blessed with the opportunity to use DigniCap (with the help of my boyfriend). Thanks to DigniCap, I was able to keep most of my hair to the point where no one could tell I was going...