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Accessorizing your scrubs with custom embroidery is the perfect solution to adding your own personal touch and expressing your individuality. Many medical professionals choose to embroider their scrubs because it’s easier for patients and colleagues to identify them. Others want to enhance their professional look in a simple but effective way.  No matter the reason, embroidered scrubs are a great way to stand out from the crowd.
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Care and Wear is now in CVS! We are excited to partner with a company whose goal is similar to ours - to humanize healthcare and make it more accessible for everyone.
Lorelei shares her personal story of how her Everyday Essentials Hoodie by Oscar de la Renta became her game-day uniform after being diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer.
Donna shares her personal story of being diagnosed with cervical cancer and becoming a survivor. From her own experience, she shares 7 helpful tips that have helped her during her cancer treatments.
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Brandi shares her story of getting diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, during deployment in Iraq and learning the importance of self-love
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Choosing comfortable work shoes can affect your entire body, from preventing lower back pain and unsteadiness, to curing fatigue and tendonitis. The shoes you wear can make all of the difference in your work day. It allows you to practice patient care without suffering from pain that can be avoided
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New York, NY -- Launch of the new Care+Wear product, the arm access top! Bridging fashion and function while allowing patients to feel like people.
On Monday, November 8th, innovative healthwear company Care+Wear hosted the second installment of their webinar series, entitled “A Symptom of the Pandemic - Accelerating Patient-Focused Care & Healthcare Consumerism.” Care+Wear brought together leaders in patient-centered care to discuss how the pandemic augmented their approach to healthcare consumerism.
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Someone you love has cancer, how can you help? what should you do? What shouldn’t you do? Diagnosed with breast cancer at 24, Montana describes a list of things that got her through the tough times.
Our CEO and founder Chat Razdan moderated our first-ever Care+Wear Future of Healthcare Panel. During this discussion, experts from esteemed hospital systems across the country will share insights, challenges, and learnings from the last year that can be applied to future healthcare innovations.
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While life may be returning to normal for many, our healthcare workers deserve to be celebrated 24/7 just like during the height of the pandemic. Read more from our CEO on why we’re fighting for a fashion industry that celebrates all those in healthcare.
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We teamed up with the Nashville Predators foundation to help provide a special surprise for children undergoing cancer treatment at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University!
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Sydney shares her journey of finding a support network, and tips for finding friends both online and in-person.
Get the inside scoop on our newest collaboration with Oscar de la Renta, a hoodie designed for treatment, errands, workouts, and everything in-between.
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Gillian has been dealing with chronic pain for as long as she can remember. From finding joy in every day to advocating for herself, read the top 10 lessons that Gillian learned from living with chronic pain.

Living with a chronic illness often means that you have to adapt your lifestyle around your health. There are plenty of things you learn along the way, from lessons about self-worth and acceptance to the importance of advocating for yourself and others. 

Since its inception, the Internet has played a role in healthcare. But what started out as primarily a source of information has now evolved into a much more interactive experience. Social media, cancer communities, and online support networks are revolutionizing the patient experience.
Throughout her journey with Lyme Disease, Haley has had a complicated relationship with her PICC lines. From multiple infections and trips to the ER to weird looks and comments  Haley had plenty of reasons to hate her PICC line. But she decided to view it as a "badge of honor" rather than something "to be embarrassed about" and wear it with pride.

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