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The Voice of People With Breast Cancer


Educational Events

Scalp Cooling 101

In simplified terms, scalp cooling systems are tightly fitting, helmet-like hats filled with a cold gel or liquid that you wear during chemotherapy infusions. It is a device that can help many people keep some or quite a bit of their hair during chemotherapy which can cause hair loss. It has been life-changing for many in the cancer community, but not everyone can afford or has access to it.




Key Topic(s):

November 14th, 1:00PM EST


  • Breast cancer patients
  • Caregivers, family and partners
  • How scalp cooling works
  • Success rates
  • Integrating scalp cooling into clinical practice

To register click here.



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