FDA Clears Cooling Cap to Save Hair During Chemotherapy

The gel-filled cap cools the patient's scalp during treatment to reduce hair loss.
0:27 | 12/09/15

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Breast cancer patients will have a new tool to help them hang on to that hat answer that dignity the FDA. Says it will allow Balkan state of the dignity cap which is a cooling system. And it cools and chills patient scalps to reduce handles the near freezing temperatures make it harder for cancer fighting drugs. To reach an Halm the half follicles by temporarily. Reducing blood flow in the scandal. So mean people so good to hear.

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