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Invasive Ductal Carcinoma: What You Need to Know

Invasive Ductal Carcinoma: What You Need to Know

Invasive ductal carcinoma starts in the milk ducts but can spread to other areas of the body over time. As a type of metastatic breast cancer, IDC has many of the same risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis methods, and treatment options as other types of breast cancer....

The importance of hair management when cold capping

The importance of hair management when cold capping

If you are considering using Penguin Cold Caps to save your hair on chemo, it's important to understand that success relies as much on how you manage your hair throughout your treatment as it does on the caps themselves...

Top 7 reasons why people cold cap to save their hair on chemo

Top 7 reasons why people cold cap to save their hair on chemo

Here are the top reasons Penguin patients chose to use cold cap therapy to save their hair on chemo - and their answers may surprise you....

Clinical Trials: 80% save their hair with Penguin Cold Caps

Clinical Trials: 80% save their hair with Penguin Cold Caps

The findings of a recent two-year pilot trial performed at Providence Portland Medical Center. with patients diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer, have now been published....

Are Cold Caps Covered By Insurance?

Are Cold Caps Covered By Insurance?

Currently, scalp cooling is generally your expense. We encourage you to submit a claim in hope of receiving some reimbursement. We have heard some providers may pay up to ...

What to take to your cold capping chemo session

What to take to your cold capping chemo session

You may need to add a few extra things to your chemo bag for your cold capping chemo session - we asked our customers for their recommendations...