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.

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