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. 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 -, 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 - 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 - 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.” 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. 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 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 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 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 - 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 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 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 - 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 - 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 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. 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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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