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Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

Joelle Smith credits the Dignicap scalp cooling system for saving her hair during her chemotherapy treatments

Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

Joelle Smith credits the Dignicap scalp cooling system for saving her hair during her chemotherapy treatments

Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

DigniCap is available in 125 treatment facilities in the United States, including 10 of the

Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

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The Dignitana cooling and control system for the company's DigniCap stands at bedside at the UCSF

Hakan Hümmet, a clinical support manager for Dignitana, a Swedish company that is manufacturing

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Could a new technology help prevent cancer patients from losing their hair?

Cold-cap treatment sees success preventing chemotherapy-related hair loss, report says

DigniCap Cooling System approved to reduce chemotherapy-induced hair loss

Last October we told you about DigniCap, a new device promising to help cancer patients

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The DigniCap circulates monopropolyne glycol through a cap to cool the scalp. Lowering the scalp

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Melissa Lisbon wears the 'DigniCap' during a chemotherapy session at the UCSF Helen Diller

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The touch screen Dignitana control system for the company's DigniCap stands at bedside at the UCSF

DigniCap® on Twitter: "Great meeting the doctors and surgeons at the @DignityHealth Cancer Institute of Greater Sacramento's Cancer Pathways CME Symposium.

FDA clears cold cap to save hair during breast cancer chemo

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#DigniCap recently participated in @mediaplanet's #BreastCanceCare campaign where we united with like-

DIGNITANA CONTINUES EXPONENTIAL GROWTH ACROSS THE U.S.

Hakan Hümmet, a clinical support manager for Dignitana, a Swedish company that is manufacturing

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Listen to Cynthia Frankel, Sylvester Comprehensive #Cancer Center, as she shares some more. DigniCap®

Picture of Hispanic woman with breast cancer learns to deal with hair loss stock photo, images and stock photography.

Joelle Smith credits the Dignicap scalp cooling system for saving her hair during her chemotherapy treatments

Tomorrow (Saturday) drop by our booth at Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer

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Green Park & Golf Ventures invested $850,0000 in Dignitana, which aims to reduce

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Cynthia Frankel, @SylvesterCancer Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, shares what #DigniCap has meant

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Connie Has a Cold One, but It's Not in a Mug

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Chemotherapy patients preserving hair through #DigniCap cooling cap at Moffitt Cancer Center in #Tampa

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“Accepting the fact that I was going to lose my hair was very difficult because I felt as if I would be losing part of my identity. With the DigniCap, it ...

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Dignitana develops and sells the scalp cooling system DigniCap that reduces chemotherapy-induced hair loss

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Norwalk, Connecticut: A patient uses the DigniCap at Smilow Family Breast Health Center.

While the cost is high the DigniCaps Scalp Cooling System is now available through Oncology Specialists