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NBCNews.com profiles a chemotherapy patient with signature silver locks at risk of losing her hair.

CBSNews.com brings national attention to Cold Caps with praise from both doctors and patients.

CNN.com presents Cold Caps as a new option for avoiding the trauma of hair loss.

The New York Times features Cold Caps.

Multiple editorials in the Journal of the American Medical Association support the use of Cold Caps.

The Rapunzel Project was showcased on Good Morning America!


Jun. 2019 - Connecticut cancer specialist offers cooling caps to patients.

Learn why one Connecticut clinic is making cooling caps easier to attain for its cancer patients. Learn more.

Jun. 2019 - Take an inside look at how cooling caps transform treatment.

Learn about the science of cooling caps and see how they’re improving the way some patients experience treatment. Learn more.

Jun. 2019 - Working toward 80% hair retention by 2020.

See how researchers are hoping to improve the hair retention success rate of cooling caps — which is already at 50%. Learn more.

Jun. 2019 - Cooling caps help female patients retain privacy.

Some women see losing their hair as an unwelcome announcement that they’re undergoing chemo, but one group is combating that with cooling caps. Learn more.

Jun. 2019 - Meet the cancer survivors who founded a unique cold cap fundraising event.

After experiencing the benefits of cold caps, this cancer survivor partnered with a fellow survivor to raise funds to give cold caps to others. Learn more.

Jun. 2019 - Musician plays a song of hope by shaving hair, raising funds for cold caps.

Michael Davies changed his tune and cut his long hair, after 30+ years, at the cold cap fundraiser "Cancer doesn’t care about your hair, but we do!" Learn more.

May 2019 - Saving hair eliminates internal treatment obstacles.

The prospect of losing hair can be a serious deterrent to treatment for some patients. And that’s where cold caps can help. Learn more.

May 2019 - How cold caps are helping two mothers save their hair.

See how cold caps are helping two women and their families maintain a feeling or normalcy during chemotherapy. Learn more.

May 2019 - Dignitana is successful in getting legislation approved for scalp cooling.

Landmark legislation will provide cancer patients with coverage for scalp cooling treatment. Learn more.

May 2019 - Cold cap therapy has helped Andrea Pietramale look and feel more like herself during chemo.

Pietramale is holding a fundraiser so other cancer patients will be able to enjoy the benefits of cold caps. Learn more.

May 2019 - Scalp cooling caps can help chemo patients keep hair, but many insurance companies don’t cover the cost.

Studies show the DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System helps patients keep some of their hair during chemo, but it can cost around $3,000. Learn more.

Apr. 2019 - St. Dominic Hospital helps chemo patients keep their hair by using a cap.

7 out of 10 patients using the innovative scalp cooling system kept at least 50 percent of their hair. Learn more.

Apr. 2019 - Chemo patient saves her life — and her hair, inspiring others to follow suit.

Thanks to revolutionary cold caps, more cancer patients are able to alleviate hair loss and maintain their positive self-image during chemo. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - Innovative cold caps and scalp cooling systems alleviate hair loss during chemo.

Cold caps and scalp cooling systems slow down the activity of hair follicles, making them less affected by chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - Scalp cooling is gaining in popularity as technology advances.

There is a learning curve to using cooling caps and associated technology, but the results are very promising. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - Pink Gala raises money for breast cancer patients.

Money raised will help pay for treatment, out-of-pocket costs and Cold Caps, which can reduce the hair loss often associated with chemotherapy. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - The Rapunzel Project raises awareness of the benefits of cooling caps for patients who are concerned about hair loss during chemotherapy.

The Rapunzel Project donates cold caps and freezer cooling systems to clinics, making it easier for patients to adopt the technology and retain more of their hair during chemo. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - Paxman launches the world’s first Scalp Cooling Research Centre at the University of Huddersfield.

The Centre, a £1 million joint investment between PAXMAN and the University of Huddersfield, will focus on alleviating hair loss in chemotherapy patients. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - The DigniTherm Click Cap uses Boa Fit System ski boot technology to solve the problem of ill-fitting cooling caps.

New "dialable-fit" cooling cap enables patients to keep the majority of their hair after chemo. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - Doctors turn to an old technology to reduce hair loss during chemo.

Cooling caps, a 30-year-old technology, work by cooling hair follicles, making them less susceptible to the effects of chemotherapy. Learn more.

Mar. 2019 - A cooling cap treatment originally used for breast cancer patients may help other chemo patients avoid hair loss.

Scalp cooling has now proven effective in reducing hair loss among a wide range of cancer patients. Learn more.

Feb. 2019 - Prominent medical center offers cooling cap treatment designed to prevent hair loss during chemo.

Revolutionary Paxman cap cools scalp, minimizes hair loss and offers cancer patients hope. Learn more.

Jan. 2019 - A Utah woman kept her hair during chemotherapy and wants to bring more attention to the benefits of cold cap therapy.

Jenni Thompson kept her long locks during her treatment and wants others to know that cold cap therapy is a viable option for avoiding hair loss during cancer treatment. Learn more.

Dec. 2018 - Dignitana AB begins developing advanced model of the 2015 FDA-cleared DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System.

With its new partner, ThermoTek, Inc., Dignitana hopes to create a more streamlined single-patient device and release it by spring 2019. Learn more.

Dec. 2018 - A woman does her own research after a cancer diagnosis and changes doctors’ minds about the effectiveness of cold cap therapy.

Unwilling to let hair loss ruin her positive outlook on life, Andrea Pietramale took her treatment into her own hands and still has her hair. Learn more.

Dec. 2018 - Four experts joined a panel discussion at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium to discuss scalp cooling and its effectiveness at preventing chemotherapy-induced alopecia.

Watch industry leaders discuss the importance of scalp cooling to patients and how to achieve strong results, among other important topics. Learn more.

Dec. 2018 - A hospital in Lynchburg, VA, is now offering scalp cooling therapy for patients undergoing chemotherapy.

The Alan B. Pearson Regional Cancer Center in Lynchburg now has the DigniCcap® Scalp Cooling System available for patient use. Learn more.

Nov. 2018 - Paxman is collaborating with the nonprofit HairToStay to give low-income mothers free access to the company’s scalp cooling products.

The Sue Paxman Fund for Mothers will give free scalp cooling treatment to two women every month. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Researchers at George Washington University find that cooling therapy can protect against side effects of chemotherapy.

The team found that cold cap therapy was the most effective solution to reducing taxane-induced dermatologic events like hair loss. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Scalp cooling may look silly, but the results are worth it.

For Mai Nguyen, wearing a strange cap was a small price to pay to keep her hair during her chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Scalp cooling is now accepted as a way to prevent hair loss during chemotherapy.

Initially met with skepticism, scalp cooling is now viewed as a quality option for keeping one’s hair during chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Scalp cooling usage is growing thanks to expanded FDA clearances.

The FDA has cleared both Dignitana’s DigniCap® and the Paxman® Scalp Cooling System for use in patients with breast cancer and solid tumors. Learn More.

Oct. 2018 - For many breast cancer patients, chemotherapy is an essential part of treatment.

Keeping one’s hair is a way to cope with chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Charleston, SC, doctor is pushing the state legislature to require insurance companies to cover cold capping.

Patients currently pay out of pocket, but more would take advantage if insurance companies helped. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Organizations work toward increasing acceptance and coverage of cold cap therapy in the U.S.

Cancer patients continue to benefit from keeping their hair during chemotherapy. Learn more.

Oct. 2018 - Cold capping helped cancer patient Christina Kallery keep her hair during chemotherapy.

Kallery learned everything she could about cold capping in order to fight hair loss during treatment as effectively as possible. Learn more.

Sep. 2018 - Cold cap therapy can help cancer patients keep their hair during chemotherapy.

Cold caps reduce blood flow to hair follicles, making them less vulnerable to chemo damage. Learn more.

Aug. 2018 - Expanded indication for scalp cooling systems will allow for more personalized treatment options.

Industry and academic experts view the FDA’s approval extension for scalp cooling as a game changer for patients with breast cancer. Learn more.

Aug. 2018 - Insurance coverage for cold cap therapy continues to see progress.

Top U.S. insurers now consider scalp cooling medically necessary in order to prevent hair loss in chemotherapy patients. Learn More.

Aug. 2018 - Two recent studies have found that use of a scalp-cooling device may significantly reduce hair loss.

66 percent of women in one study and 50 percent in the other retained at least half of their hair if they used the cold cap. Learn more.

Jul. 2018 - Introduced in the late 1970s, cold cap therapy has grown in effectiveness and usage.

Two recent U.S. prospective studies of scalp cooling systems support the safety and effectiveness of the practice. Learn more.

Jul. 2018 - Finding a strong support group is key to getting through a cancer diagnosis.

Don’t face your diagnosis alone. Help is there for those who reach out. Learn more.

Jun. 2018 - The University of Virginia Cancer Center is the first in the state to receive DigniCap®.

Tracey Gosse, manager of oncology programs at the UVA Cancer Center, hopes to offer this treatment to all cancer patients in the future. Learn more.

June 2018 - Breast cancer survivor helps less fortunate patients receive cold cap therapy.

After her own bout with cancer, Paula Stahlin donated money to Sparrow Ionia Hospital to help others keep their hair. Learn more.

June 2018 - FDA approves new cooling cap that may help mesothelioma patients keep their hair.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced its approval of the Paxman Scalp Cooling System for patients with solid tumors. Learn more.

June 2018 - FDA clears Paxman’s advanced scalp cooling system for patients with solid tumors.

This expanded clearance increases the potential number of new cancer patients that can be marketed to in the U.S. Learn more.

June 2018 - Study confirms: Scalp cooling prevents alopecia during chemotherapy.

71% of women who took part in the study retained their hair as a result of using the Paxman Scalp Cooler. Learn more.

May 2018 - Woman becomes first patient at UConn Health to try the DigniCap® scalp cooling system.

Patient Marisa Dolce was able to keep her hair while undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

May 2018 - Scalp cooling treatment viewed as a miracle by many cancer patients.

Making the choice to preserve hair helps patients exercise control in an uncontrollable situation. Learn more.

May 2018 - Scalp cooling with DigniСap® may reduce alopecia during chemotherapy for breast cancer.

A leader in oncology nursing cites research showing scalp cooling to be an effective preventive measure for hair loss. Learn more.

May 2018 - Cold cap technology offers chemotherapy patients a sense of control.

Cancer patients get a mental boost when they can keep their hair and still look healthy throughout the chemotherapy process. Learn more.

Apr. 2018 - Doctors in the Boston area generating support for the scalp cooling process.

Two Boston hospitals recently rented scalp cooling machines and recognize the positive effect the practice has on chemotherapy patients. Learn more.

Apr. 2018 - Scalp cooling is demonstrably safe and effective at preventing hair loss during chemotherapy.

An independent review recommends that scalp cooling before, during and after chemotherapy be offered to all cancer patients. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Medication can’t help chemotherapy patients keep their hair, but cold cap therapy can.

Cold caps constrict blood vessels and limit how much chemotherapy flows to the hair follicle. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - The use of scalp cooling can prevent chemotherapy-induced alopecia.

Quality of life matters: it is time to integrate scalp cooling in routine clinical practice, by Dr. Julie Nangia, Baylor College of Medicine. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Study concludes that the incidence of scalp metastases related to scalp cooling is low and should not limit use of this technology.

This article discusses a new retrospective study of scalp cooling research, conducted by Dr. Megan Kruse and Dr. Jame Abraham, oncologists at the Cleveland Clinic. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Brave cancer survivor able to keep her hair while battling breast cancer.

With the help of Kenra Professional, The Rapunzel Project and Right Arm Inc., Mara was able to keep her hair throughout the chemo process. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Sacramento salon running a fundraiser to aid The Rapunzel Project.

Fundraiser will help provide freezers for cold caps to ensure caps retain effectiveness. Watch the video here.

Mar. 2018 - Cold cap therapy can improve the mental health of cancer patients.

Paxman, one of the leaders in scalp cooling technology, recognized for its US success. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Paxman awarded a BritishAmerican Business TransAtlantic Growth Award for its US initiatives.

Paxman, one of the leaders in scalp cooling technology, recognized for its US success. Learn more.

Mar. 2018 - Dignitana AB initiates action with American Medical Association to add CPT® Codes for insurance coverage of FDA-cleared scalp cooling devices.

This move is critical to the wide adoption of scalp cooling technology across the U.S. and will help make treatments more accessible. Learn more.

Feb. 2018 - Rock concert in the Cayman Islands raises $10,000 for Breast Cancer Foundation.

Breast Cancer Foundation hosted a sold out show for its Wellness Program, one that helps cancer patients get treatment and cold cap therapy. Learn more.

Feb. 2018 - A new treatment aims to prevent hair loss in cancer patients.

The FDA approved usage of the Dignicap® for patients with solid tumors last year. Learn more.

Feb. 2018 - How to fight cancer and potentially keep your hair in the process.

Cold Cap Technology gives patients facing chemotherapy treatment the option to save their hair. Learn more.

Feb. 2018 - Maintaining one's hair allows cancer patients to maintain their privacy.

The Paxman Scalp Cooling Device gives women the option to keep their hair and a positive self-image. Learn more.

Feb. 2018 - Polk County health officials weigh in on new weapons against hair loss during chemotherapy.

Some see scalp cooling as an addition, but oncologists in the area view it as a core need for treatment. Learn more.

Jan. 2018 - Cold cap therapy can help preserve a patient’s positive attitude.

Losing one’s hair during chemotherapy often causes emotional distress, but cold cap therapy can help relieve those negative emotions. Learn more.

Jan. 2018 - The Mayo Clinic confirms that cold caps can significantly reduce hair loss caused by chemotherapy.

Cold caps effectively combat hair loss with few minor side effects. Learn more.

Jan. 2018 - Piedmont Cancer Institute now offers scalp cooling in four locations across Greater Atlanta area.

One of the leading oncology practices in Atlanta will offer the DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System to help patients avoid chemotherapy-induced hair loss. Learn more.

Dec. 2017 - Two inspirational women founded The Rapunzel Project after a success with cold cap therapy.

Nancy Marshall and Shirley Billigmeier wanted to spread the word of hope that patients undergoing chemotherapy did not have to lose their hair. Learn more.

Dec. 2017 - DigniСap® Scalp Cooling System is now available at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville.

Doctors at the Mayo Clinic have started using the scalp cooling system on many of their patients in chemotherapy. Learn more.

Dec. 2017 - DigniСap® Scalp Cooling System partners with Boa Technology to introduce the enhanced DigniTherm Click Cap.

The new precision-fit scalp cooling cap is the first of its kind and designed to provide more precise contact for optimal results. Learn more.

Nov. 2017 - Two cancer centers in North Carolina use the DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System for patients in chemotherapy.

Patients statewide can now keep their hair and self-confidence throughout treatment. Learn more.

Nov. 2017 - Patients at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona can use the Dignicap® for free.

A breast cancer survivor’s generous donation allows patients in Phoenix to keep their hair through treatment. Watch the news report here.

Nov. 2017 - Salon partners with Kenra Professional Brand to fundraise for The Rapunzel Project.

After servicing many cancer patients going through chemotherapy, these cosmetologists wanted to do more. Learn more.

Nov. 2017 - Cold cap therapy gives patients a sense of control over their treatment.

More widely used in other countries, cold cap therapy is gaining traction in America. Learn more.

Nov. 2017 - UCHealth Memorial Hospital used a Dignicap® on its first patient.

Patient Tiffany Daniels will be the first patient at the hospital to use cold cap therapy. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - Woman uses cold cap during treatment to spare her kids the trauma of seeing her sick.

Karlyn Ferrari-Parker lost both breasts after being diagnosed with breast cancer, but didn’t lose her hair. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - Paxman Scalp Cooling System named one of Cleveland Clinic’s top 10 Medical Innovations of 2018.

Now in its 15th year, the annual Medical Innovation Summit is organized by Cleveland Clinic Innovations. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - The first ‘complete guide’ on scalp cooling published in The Oncologist.

Academics from the University of Huddersfield, UK, have published guide for clinical staff. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - UCHealth Memorial in Colorado Springs is now using cold cap therapy.

The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System decreases the effect chemotherapy drugs have on hair follicles. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - 28-year-old cancer patient utilizes cold cap therapy to combat hair loss.

Kelsey McLaughlin preserves her hair and her dignity throughout her chemotherapy treatment. Learn more.

Oct. 2017 - Tulsa salon works to raise money to bring two freezers for cold cap therapy to the area.

To help fight the emotional difficulty of losing one’s hair, a local salon is looking to aid its clients with cancer. Watch the news report here.

Oct. 2017 - ThedaCare is the first in Wisconsin to offer scalp cooling systems.

The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System is now used for those battling other types of cancer than just breast cancer. Watch the news report here.

Oct. 2017 - Local Annapolis resident able to keep her hair while going through chemotherapy treatment.

The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System gave this woman an opportunity to retain her privacy and her identity. Watch the news report here.

Oct. 2017 - The Mayo Clinic has implemented cold cap therapy to help protect their patients’ hair from falling out.

Scalp cooling helps patients keep their dignity and stay positive throughout their chemotherapy treatment. Watch the news report here.

Oct. 2017 - Dignitana announced that five additional facilities in the U.S. will provide their system to patients.

The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System is now available at 95 cancer centers in 21 states. Learn more.

Aug. 2017 - Baylor team uses Paxman Hair Loss Prevention System for breast cancer patients.

Team’s findings confirm benefits of scalp cooling in preventing hair loss during chemotherapy. Learn More

Aug. 2017 - Oncology Specialists of Charlotte now offering scalp cooling technology.

The practice is the first and only in area to offer DigniCap® technology for patients. Learn more.

Aug. 2017 - JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association) published a pivotal trial about DigniCap®.

Researchers found that DigniCap® prevented hair loss in 66.3 percent of patients receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer. Read the article.

Aug. 2017 - The Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing prominently featured positive updates about Dignitana.

Article outlines benefits from and for clinicians about benefits of the DigniCap® scalp cooling system. Read the article.

Aug. 2017 - Scalp cooling has been used for more than 30 years to prevent Chemotherapy-induced alopecia.

This article overviews evidence about the scalp cooling strategy and its impact on nursing care provision. Read the article.

Aug. 2017 - Scalp cooling demonstrates better hair preservation than no cooling.

Article reviews 40 years of efficacy, safety and tolerability literature on scalp cooling. Read the article.

Aug. 2017 - Cancer patient struggles to retain normalcy during treatment.

Naramata resident brings in own scalp cooling device during chemotherapy. Read the article here.

Aug. 2017 - Paxman develops new website to guide American women through scalp cooling.

This new site is a one-stop information destination containing detailed information for American women. Read the article here.

Jul. 2017 - DigniCap® is being implemented at facilities like Mount Sinai Hospital.

Dignitana’s scalp cooling system is a simpler and more effective way of cooling patients’ scalps. Watch the video here.

Jul. 2017 - Hardin Memorial Health announces it will offer scalp cooling treatment.

HMH will be the first in Kentucky to offer the Paxman Scalp Cooling System. Read the article here.

Jul. 2017 - Eau Clair barbershop raises money for Rapunzel Project.

The Hair Shoppe, located in Eau Claire, holds fifth annual fundraiser to support the Rapunzel Project. Read the article and watch the news story here.

Jul. 2017 - The FDA has cleared DigniCap® for expanded use.

Wake Forest Baptist was one of the five core sites for the Cold Caps’ early clinical trials. Read the article here.

Jun. 2017 - Scalp cooling empowers cancer patients in the fight against hair loss.

Oncology expert says that hair loss is no longer an inevitability for breast cancer patients. Read the article here.

Jun. 2017 - Nationwide trial shows impressive results for Dignitana’s DigniCap®.

With a success rate of about 70 percent, Cold Caps were an effective treatment against hair loss. Read the article here.

Jun. 2017 - Cancer care experts announce initiative to establish scalp cooling best practices.

Organization will collect and track evidence-based patient information to guide clinics. Read the article here.

Jun. 2017 - Actress Jessica St. Clair fought hair loss to protect her daughter.

St. Clair used Cold Caps so her daughter wouldn’t know she was struggling through treatment. Read the article here.

Jun. 2017 - Studies show cooling the scalp could stop hair loss from chemotherapy.

Using cold caps could result in over 50 percent success rate in patients keeping their hair. Read the article here.


May 2017 - Actress Jessica St. Clair recounts her battle with breast cancer.

From the very beginning of her chemo sessions, St. Clair used Cold Caps as a “cancer hack” to keep her hair. Read the article here.

May 2017 - The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System was designed to help patients regain control after a cancer diagnosis.

The system offers the possibility of keeping all or most of your hair while receiving certain chemotherapy treatments. Read the article here.

Apr. 2017 - Scalp cooling saves hair and empowers chemotherapy patients.

Breast cancer patients may reduce hair loss with FDA cleared scalp cooling system. Read article here.

Apr. 2017 - Second scalp cooling system for chemo-related hair loss is cleared for U.S. marketing.

Paxman Hair Loss Prevention aims to advance scalp cooling systems for patients in the US. Read article here.

Apr. 2017 - USNews.com helps chemotherapy patients decide which technology is right for them: Cold Caps or scalp cooling systems.

While both ultimately help save hair, research shows that certain hair types respond differently to each treatment. Read the article here.

Mar. 2017 - Dr. Hope Rugo, a physician for the DigniCap® trials, said that two years later, Cold Cap Therapy patients have shown no evidence of scalp metastasis.

In addition to being safe, she suggests Cold Cap treatment is appropriate for patients with advanced breast cancer and/or other solid tumors. Read the article here.

Mar. 2017 - A Hurricane Katrina survivor with breast cancer talks about losing everything — including her hair while undergoing chemotherapy.

Now breast cancer patients in New Orleans have a new alternative — DigniCap®. Read the article and watch the news story here.

Mar. 2017 - Scalp cooling technology (The DigniCap® System) for women with breast cancer will expand to 67 medical centers.

Dignitana AB's CEO, William Cronin, said they are “… thrilled that demand for this revolutionary scalp cooling treatment continues to grow in the U.S.” Read the article here.

Mar. 2017 - When Cold Caps weren’t available in a breast cancer patient’s town, she took matters into her own hands.

The woman rented Penguin Cold Caps from the manufacturer and hired an experienced technician to help her do the treatments. Read the article here.

Mar. 2017 - FDA-cleared DigniCap® will be available to patients at Oncology Specialists of Charlotte.

Dr. Dipika Misra believes Cold Caps will enhance the overall patient care for the cancer center. Read the article here.

Mar. 2017 - After a doctor tells her she will go bald during chemotherapy, a Georgia woman uses Cold Caps to prove him wrong.

She keeps her hair and now wants others to know cancer is not a diagnosis to go bald. Watch the news report here.

Mar. 2017 - “HairToStay,” a nonprofit organization, offers need-based grants to offset the expense of scalp cooling systems.

Since April 2016 they have approved nearly 300 applications and raised about a half a million dollars. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - BreastCancer.org summarizes the Cold Caps process, scalp cooling and results of recent studies.

The article also recognizes The Rapunzel Project and the Hair to Stay Foundation as organizations dedicated to helping people save their hair. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - Cold Caps rise in popularity across the pond.

The Daily Mail, a U.K. newspaper, shares the experience of a BBC news reporter who is using Cold Caps to save her hair during breast cancer treatments. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - The DigniCap® scalp cooling system continues to rapidly expand in the U.S. with 57 contracts secured with medical centers across 18 states.

The DigniCap® is the currently only FDA-cleared medical device that reduces hair loss while undergoing chemotherapy. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - The Norton Cancer Institute invests a $50,000 donation from Churchill Downs in Cold Caps.

The funds will provide "…at least 500 treatments for local breast cancer patients to utilize the DigniCap® scalp cooling systems." Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - Cold Caps awareness increases in the U.K. with help from a popular BBC news reporter who shared her Cold Cap experience on Facebook.

Cold Caps could stop thousands of women from losing their hair during chemotherapy. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - A Pennsylvania breast cancer patient uses Cold Caps to keep her hair –– and keep the spotlight on her daughter’s high school graduation.

No local hospitals offered Cold Caps, so she ordered 8 refreezable Penguin Cold Caps online. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - CBS This Morning reports on a chemotherapy patient feared going bald would "scare her children and draw stares," so she turned to the FDA-cleared DigniCap®.

Her doctor believes that there is a distinct psychological advantage in keeping a patient’s hair. Watch the news report here.

Feb. 2017 - University of Colorado Hospital is the first in Colorado to get DigniCap® systems.

ABC Channel 7 News in Denver interviews chemotherapy patients that praise the physical and psychological benefits of Cold Caps. Watch the news report here.

Feb. 2017 - A recent study on scalp cooling and hair loss by UC San Francisco, Weill Cornell Medicine and three other medical centers was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

The study concluded that scalp cooling was not only effective in saving hair, but also improved the patient’s quality of life (three out of five measures). Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - TechTimes.com showcases the latest hair-saving technology for chemotherapy patients — Cold Caps.

Dr. Julie Nangia, Assistant Professor and Breast Cancer Expert at Baylor College of Medicine, recommends Cold Caps because they offer patients the choice of keeping their illness away from the public eye. Watch the video and read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York now has DigniCap® systems at all facilities that treat breast cancer.

17 scalp-cooling devices will be dispersed throughout the cancer center’s New York and New Jersey locations. Read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - A Pittsburgh mother of four with breast cancer saves her hair using Cold Caps.

CBS News shares the woman’s positive, successful experience with Cold Caps. Read the article and watch the news story here.

Feb. 2017 - Dr. Mallika Marshall reminds CBS Boston viewers about the effectiveness of Cold Caps.

The news report, reposted on msn.com, briefly explains the process and costs of Cold Caps. Watch the news report here.

Feb. 2017 - CentralIllinoisProud.com interviews a Cold Caps advocate that says, "… it's not about growing hair, it's about growing confidence."

After losing 65 percent of her hair after chemotherapy, she promotes Cold Caps so other breast cancer patients are fully aware of their options. Watch the report and read the article here.

Feb. 2017 - Cold Caps are featured on NPR's popular program "All Things Considered."

The findings are qualified by Dr. Dawn Hershman, who studies the effects of cancer treatments at Columbia University School of Medicine in New York. Read the article here.

Jan. 2017 - Dignitana launches their Dignicap® mobile app for U.S. patients.

The app has plenty to offer — a payment portal, a scalp cooling database, links to customer support resources, a full knowledge-base library and more. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - Cosmo Biz Salon magazine tells the story of The Rapunzel Project and Cold Cap Therapy.

The article shares the efforts of co-founders Nancy and Shirley to bring the hair-saving technology to American patients. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - Cold Caps Therapy arrives at Maroondah Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

The hospital currently has only one machine, but is raising money to purchase more. Watch the news report here.

Dec. 2016 - The Paxman Scalp Cooling System hopes to be the second scalp cooling device cleared by the FDA.

With over half of cap users saving their hair, versus none in the control group, researchers have enough data to apply for FDA clearance. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - The Paxman Scalp Cooling System, a type of Cold Caps Therapy developed in the U.K., seeks FDA clearance.

The technology is already being used in 2,000+ hospitals around the world. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - There’s a new hope for breast cancer patients looking to save their hair - the Orbis Paxman Hair Loss Prevention System.

Out of 235 stage 1 or 2 breast cancer patients with at least 4 cycles chemotherapy, over half experienced little to no hair loss. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - Superior results lead to an early release of data collected for a new Cold Cap device.

FoxNews.com covers recent hair saving Cold Cap testing on the new Orbis Paxman Hair Loss Prevention System. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - “Hair to Stay,” a local San Antonio non-profit, provides grants to cancer patients for Cold Caps.

Fox News SanAntonio reports that over 250 patients have received subsidies (up to $1,000) to help save their hair. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - As more companies join the market, Cold Caps are the “coolest” new tech device for cancer patients.

The San Antonio Express-News online discusses testing of the new Orbis Paxman Hair Loss Prevention System, a treatment that utilizes similar scalp-cooling technology. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - AJMC.com, a leading peer-reviewed medical journal, takes a scientific look at Cold Caps.

Find doctor interviews, research data, leading Cold Cap manufacturers and more within this objective article. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - Dignitana & Boa Technology team up to develop the world’s first fitted Cold Caps.

The new technology will adapt to the shape of the patient’s scalp for more effective results. Read the article here.

Dec. 2016 - CureToday.com Interviews an Office Practice Nurse at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center About the Future of Cold Caps

He believes that soon cold caps will be a routine treatment for chemotherapy patients, like an IV-pump and pole. Read the article here.

Nov. 2016 - Mount Sinai Hospital in New York was an Important Partner in Clinically Testing the DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System

And now they are the first health system in New York to offer the DigniCap® scalp cooling system for women with breast cancer. Read the press release here.

Nov. 2016 - Mount Sinai Health System Doctors are Excited to Now Offer Patients DigniCap® the Scalp Cooling System

They believe hair loss is an “emotionally traumatic side effect” and look forward to providing patients with a promising alternative. Read the article here.

Nov. 2016 - Mt. Sinai Health System Launches DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System

Women with breast cancer now have access to the hair-saving, FDA-cleared technology. Read the Press Release here.

Nov 2016 - Women are proud to have “hat head” thanks to hair-saving Cold Cap Therapy.

FDA-cleared Cold Caps are experiencing a rise in popularity among American women thanks to increased awareness. Read the article here.

Nov. 2016 - Dignitana AB lands three key contracts in U.S. for scalp cooling.

Demand for the FDA-cleared DigniCap® system continues to be strong. Read the article here.

Nov. 2016 - HealthCareBusiness Daily News online posts an informative mini-documentary about Cold Caps on their site.

A supporting article addresses the success of the "Mt. Sinai trials," a study where 70% of patients kept their hair with Cold Caps. Read the article and watch the video here.

Oct. 2016 - CBSNews.com brings national attention to Cold Caps with praise from both doctors and patients.

In addition, the CBS reporter’s wife provides an emotional interview about her experience with cancer and Cold Caps. Read the story and watch the report here.

Oct. 2016 - A salon owner working with Tampa General Hospital, Florida Cancer Center and The Rapunzel Project brings more Cold Caps and freezers to Tampa Bay.

CBS Channel 10 in Tampa/Sarasota reports that her efforts have already helped a young mother save her hair. Read the story and watch the report here.

Oct. 2016 - A Cold Caps user said that keeping her hair made her feel “as normal as possible under incredibly difficult circumstances.”

Bustle.com shares pictures of patients, Cold Caps and various doctor and patient testimonials. Read the article here.

Oct. 2016 - CBS Austin shares the story of a bride-to-be that is diagnosed with breast cancer.

Thanks to an organization called “Hair to Stay,” she received complimentary Cold Caps treatments and saved her hair. Read the story here.

Oct. 2016 - With only three treatments left to go, a Virginia cancer patient feels empowered and inspires other local cancer patients to never give up.

Tidewaternews.com interviews a cancer patient currently using Arctic Cold Caps to save her hair. Read the story here.

Oct. 2016 - Las Vegas Review Journal online speaks with a patient that has had cancer twice - once as a child and once as an adult.

At only 32 years old, she’s determined to keep her hair this time around using Penguin Cold Caps. Read the story here.

Oct. 2016 - NBC News 26 in Appleton, Wisconsin, features the latest technology advancements for cancer patients, including Cold Caps.

The first patient from ThedaCare Cancer Center to use Cold Caps shares her personal experience. Read the story and watch the report here.

Oct. 2016 - The CaymanCompass.com reports a huge increase in local awareness for Cold Caps after last year’s “Breast Cancer Gala Dinner.”

Thanks to local fundraising efforts, two out of three hospitals in Grand Cayman now offer Cold Caps programs. Read the story here.

Sept. 2016 - Colorado’s NBC News 4 interviews a patient fighting to keep her hair - and winning, thanks to DigniCaps®.

Now FDA cleared, some insurance companies are covering treatment. At UCHealth, the goal is to get the cost down to $25. Read the story and watch the video here.

Aug. 2016 - Fundraiser "Men for the Cure" will be hosted by former QB Peyton Manning with most proceeds going toward DigniCap® treatments for breast cancer patients.

The DenverPost.com writes how this “gentlemen-only” event has raised over $2.2 million toward fighting breast cancer. Read the story here.

Aug. 2016 - Colorado’s NBC News 9 interviews a mammographer in New Mexico diagnosed with breast cancer that drives seven hours to Colorado for DigniCap® treatments.

University of Colorado Health is the only facility in her area with the DigniCap system; however, local fundraisers hope to change that soon. Read the story and watch the video here.

Aug. 2016 - The ToledoBlade.com publishes an article about Cold Caps written by Dr. Timothy Kasunic of the Toledo Clinic.

The Toledo Clinic Cancer Center was the very first site nationwide to use the DigniCap® system since FDA clearance. Read the article here.

Jul. 2016 - Hope S. Rugo, MD, a professor of medicine and director of breast oncology and clinical trials education, discusses FDA clearance of Cold Caps with "Oncology Nursing News®" online.

Professor Rugo spotlights the increase in national and worldwide awareness and implementation of Cold Caps throughout various organizations and industries. Watch the interview here.

Jul. 2016 - Cleveland.com posts details about a “Cut-a-thon Fundraiser” benefitting The Rapunzel Project.

All proceeds will go to help purchase freezers for cancer centers to provide Cold Caps to patients. Read the story here.

Jul. 2016 - The Breast Cancer Foundation donates 50 Cold Caps and a biometric freezer for storage to The Cayman Islands Hospital.

The CaymanCompass.com interviews Janette Fitzgerald from the Breast Cancer Foundation about her role in bringing Cold Caps to Cayman Islands chemotherapy patients. Read the story here.

Jul. 2016 - Real Simple magazine shares the amazing story of Casey, a cervical cancer survivor and Cold Caps user.

Keeping her hair during chemotherapy inspired and empowered Casey to start “doing things her way” after beating cancer. View the pdf here.

Jun. 2016 - Bronson Battle Creek Cancer Care Center is the first and only cancer center in Michigan to offer the DigniCap®.

Thanks to extensive fundraising, the hair-saving technology is offered free of charge to breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Read the story here.

Jun. 2016 - The Daily Mail shares a success story about a breast cancer patient in Western Australia involved in an extensive DigniCap® clinical trial.

The clinical trial is the first in Australia to examine the success of scalp cooling with different chemotherapy treatments and cooling temperatures. Read the story here.

May 2016 - Put on your party hats!

A young woman celebrates the end of chemotherapy — and Cold Caps — with friends and family. Watch video here.

May 2016 - The CaymanCompass.com announces that Cold Caps will be highlighted at the Cayman Islands Breast Cancer Foundation’s gala dinner in October.

The "pink tie" event will have "Sex in the City’s" Cynthia Nixon as the featured guest speaker. Read the story here.

May 2016 - ABC News7.com in New York features Cold Caps as part of their “Medical Marvels” edition.

A DigniCap® clinical trial participant has great success in keeping her hair - and healthy appearance. Read the article and watch the video here.

May 2016 - CureToday.com details the Cold Cap process, praising the comfort — and success — it brings to patients.

The article explains some of the existing capping options, as well as clinical trials. Read the story here.

Apr. 2016 - The MiamiHerald.com speaks with oncologists and patients at Mount Sinai Medical Center about Cold Caps.

Mount Sinai is currently the only comprehensive cancer center in South Florida to offer the DigniCap® and one of only 10 in the entire U.S. Read the story here.

Apr. 2016 - Norwalk Hospital in Connecticut has received a $36,032 grant from a charitable organization to help fund breast cancer services, like Cold Caps.

WiltonBulletin.com reports that the donation provided by “Pink Aid” will enable 30 breast cancer patients to receive Cold Cap Therapy. Read the article here.

Mar. 2016 - First 10 U.S. locations have been installed!

DigniCap® receives FDA clearance. Read the story here.

Feb. 2016 - MedicalDaily.com recaps an ABC Channel 7 San Francisco news report about Cold Caps.

The article highlights the philanthropic efforts of three Jewish women and a local salon owner, plus Cold Cap Therapy testimonials from cancer survivors. Read the story or watch the report here.

Feb. 2016 - MySanAntonio.com spotlights Adrienne Frost, the first breast cancer patient in the United States to wear FDA cleared Cold Caps.

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani from The Cancer Therapy Research Center in San Antonio will be helping Adrienne through the very first non-clinical trial using the scalp-cooling therapy. Read the story and view the slideshow here.

Feb. 2016 - Jweekly.com highlights the efforts of three female Jewish philanthropists that helped get Cold Caps into clinical trials.

Their ultimate goal is to establish a national fund to help women that cannot afford Cold Cap Therapy treatments. Read the story here.

Feb. 2016 - HLN TV host, Nancy Grace, features a story about her friend and two-time breast cancer patient that is a huge proponent of Cold Caps.

The woman, a respected psychologist, believes saving your hair can be just as important as saving your life. Watch the video here.

Feb. 2016 - ABC7News.com in San Francisco interviews a cancer survivor that said Cold Caps kept her spirits up and anxiety levels down.

The article also features a Bay area salon owner who is donating profits to help subsidize Cold Caps for lower-income women. Read the story or watch the news report here.

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