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17 hours ago

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If you feel up to it, exercise is perfectly fine. Just stick to our hair care recommendations. It is ok to rinse your hair with cool water between shampoos. For our complete hair care recommendations, visit dignicap.com/hair-care.#scalpcooling #cancer #chemo #breastcancer #coldcap #cancersupport #dignicap #dignitana #SavingHairChangingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

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"To me DigniCap was a life changer, and I chose to drive an hour and a half each direction to go to an infusion facility that had DigniCap. As for my kids, they didn't see me as their sick mom. Many people in my life, had no idea about my breast cancer until I told them. I was able to work, go to events, and walk out my door every day as if there was no cancer in my life (on the outside appearance)." - LimorFor more of Limor's story, or to share your DigniCap experience, visit dignicap.com/patient-stories#scalpcooling #cancer #chemo #breastcancer #coldcap #cancersupport #dignicap #dignitana #SavingHairChangingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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“I wanted to use DigniCap for a personal desire to maintain my dignity. Who wants to lose their hair? Also, my work as a children's teacher and adult trainer has me in the public eye every week. I am thankful I decided to cut my hair short before I started the treatment. Having short hair kept me tangle-free and I believed helped save a lot of my hair. I got tons of compliments on my short hairstyle - and I discovered that I LOVE bangs because they hide my eyebrows!So here I am, at the end of the DigniCap journey and I am very grateful to have my own hair and my dignity. Thank you so much.” - DebbieRead more of Debbie's story, and the stories of so many others at buff.ly/3XuVoDmIf you have a DigniCap story to share, please visit dignicap.com/share#scalpcooling #cancer #chemo #breastcancer #coldcap #cancersupport #dignicap #dignitana #SavingHairChangingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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We started DigniCap Connect, a private Facebook Group, where current and former DigniCap patients come together to share their experiences and offer advice. To join, visit facebook.com/groups/dignicap. We also have a page of Frequently Asked Questions at dignicap.com#scalpcooling #cancer #chemo #breastcancer #coldcap #cancersupport #dignicap #dignitana #SavingHairChangingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

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Signs and symptoms of esophageal cancer include difficulty swallowing, weight loss, pain behind the breastbone, hoarseness and cough, as well as indigestion and heartburn.The current five-year survival rate for people with esophageal cancer is about 22 percent. Testing is being conducted on immune checkpoint inhibitors for the treatment of advanced esophageal cancer without chemotherapy.Read more from the American Association for Cancer Research at bit.ly/49iywwm #esophagealcancerawarenessmonth #scalpcooling #cancer #chemo #breastcancer #coldcap #cancersupport #dignicap #dignitana #SavingHairChangingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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