Cooling cap helps cancer patients preserve their hair during chemotherapy, clinical trial shows

Friday, December 9, 2016 - 21:01 in Health & Medicine

It’s been one year since the Food and Drug Administration approved the first cooling cap system to help cancer patients in the U.S. preserve their hair during chemotherapy treatments. A new clinical trial strengthens the case that cooling caps really do reduce the risk of hair loss. Among 95 breast...

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