Scalp-cooling process for cancer patients

For most women undergoing chemotherapy the inevitable hair loss is a constant reminder they're ill and is a public announcement of a private battle. Scalp cooling is a treatment done during each chemo session that is effective in helping breast cancer patients save most of their hair. Chilling the scalp prevents chemotherapy drugs from getting to the hair follicles. Scalp cooling has helped thousands of women globally for over a decade. Now the United States has its first FDA-approved treatment.

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