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4 of the Best Creams for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

4 of the Best Creams for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

June 07, 2017

This past Sunday marked National Cancer Survivor’s Day. In honor of all of the inspiring cancer patients who are still undergoing treatment, health, fitness and beauty writer Margaux Diaz shares a list of the best creams for patients undergoing chemotherapy. You can find more of her tips, reviews and information...

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NURTURE: Dating and Breast Cancer

NURTURE: Dating and Breast Cancer

April 27, 2017

Elissa Bantug, Care+Wear Advisor, is a two-time breast cancer survivor with an extensive history of breast cancer advocacy and outreach work with multiple cancer organizations. As the Project Manager of the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program and as the co-director for the Young Women with Breast Cancer Program at the Johns...

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What is Vascular Access, Anyway?

What is Vascular Access, Anyway?

November 17, 2016

Recently, we had the chance to participate in the 2016 Association of Vascular Access Scientific Meeting (AVA). We always love getting to speak with the great nurses and doctors and as we spoke with some at AVA, we realized that members of our community may be interested in learning more...

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Advances in Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment

Advances in Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment

October 31, 2016

As National Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close today, we decided to highlight some of the advances that have been made recently in the detection and treatment of the disease.  Most women, after diagnosis with the disease, go through a grueling combination of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.  The...

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What are Implantable Ports? 

What are Implantable Ports? 

July 28, 2016

Before we ship out our first orders of port access shirts in August, we want to tell you guys about what they’re used for. Last week, we introduced you to tunneled catheters. Today, we’re going to talk all about implantable ports!   What is an implantable port? An implantable port...

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The Complexities of Navigating Mesothelioma

The Complexities of Navigating Mesothelioma

June 27, 2016

Recently, we were approached by the Mesothelioma Prognosis Network who discussed more on Mesothelioma and wanted to share more with our community. We're eager to share more and please find one of their guest posts below! Thanks so much for sharing with our community! Mesothelioma is a rare and especially...

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Tools and Tips to Reduce Nausea and Improve Nutrition During Chemotherapy

Tools and Tips to Reduce Nausea and Improve Nutrition During Chemotherapy

June 14, 2016

We recently had the chance to get to know Margot Malin, the Founder & CEO of Lots To Live For, Inc. We asked her to share more on some tools and tips to reduce nausea and improve nutrition during chemotherapy. Below you will find a post that she generously has written....

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Living with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) and a PICC Line

Living with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) and a PICC Line

May 23, 2016

Recently, one of our customers shared his personal story of living with a PICC line and a Care+Wear PICC line cover while receiving treatment for AML. With his permission we wanted to share it with the rest of our community and share some more information on AML for anyone who is...

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The Best Clothing for Your Chemotherapy Treatment Sessions

The Best Clothing for Your Chemotherapy Treatment Sessions

April 01, 2016 1 Comment

The what-do-I-wear questions multiply when you are preparing for chemotherapy treatment. However, a little planning ahead of time can reduce the stress you feel about preparing for your treatment. At Care+Wear, we understand that it is hard to know what clothes to wear in order to be comfortable and warm...

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Chemo Care Package Ideas for a Patient Undergoing Chemotherapy

Chemo Care Package Ideas for a Patient Undergoing Chemotherapy

March 17, 2016 3 Comments

“What can I do to help?” Cancer caregivers - family and friends of cancer patients - want to provide meaningful support but often times are at a loss for what to say or do. In fact, there are a lot of different things you can do to help your loved...

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Why I Care - Susan

November 07, 2014

I was 18 when I lost my dad to cancer; however, we did not know the illness he had been battling until after he had passed away. Doctors had diagnosed a myriad of illness starting with pneumonia and moving to sarcoidosis. However, what I remember most vividly from those few...

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