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Lyme Disease is a Thief: Hard Realities of a Lyme Warrior

Lyme Disease is a Thief: Hard Realities of a Lyme Warrior

January 29, 2018

On top of being a wife and month, Valerie Brock is bravely fighting Late Stage Lyme disease. Here she sheds light on the the hard realities behind common Lyme Disease sayings, symptoms and struggles. "Lyme disease is a Thief" Lyme disease affects every aspect of my life. The saying that "Lyme is...

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Diagnosed with Lymphoma at 22: Missy's Survivor Story

Diagnosed with Lymphoma at 22: Missy's Survivor Story

January 17, 2018

As you can imagine, there’s no way to ever be prepared to hear you have cancer; and even once you are diagnosed, there’s no way to be prepared for the physical and emotional road that lies ahead. Twenty-two years into my relatively healthy life – and I say relatively only...

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The essential wardrobe guide for breast cancer treatments

The essential wardrobe guide for breast cancer treatments

January 05, 2018

Our good friend and overall lady boss, Christie Mangir, shares her ultimate wardrobe list for prepping for breast cancer treatments, surgeries and other related procedures. She is the ultimate fighter and has made it her professional and personal mission to give back to the breast cancer community.  When I was...

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The Ultimate Lyme Disease Gift Guide

The Ultimate Lyme Disease Gift Guide

December 14, 2017

The holidays are a special time dedicated to family, friends and festivities. Gift-giving can be a great way to show our appreciation of our loved ones, but it’s often difficult to think of thoughtful and functional presents for friends and family currently suffering from Lyme Disease. That’s why Care+Wear and...

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"Just be happy." A cancer fighter's choice to seek happiness.

"Just be happy." A cancer fighter's choice to seek happiness.

December 11, 2017

For 66-year-old Ashok, being diagnosed with lung cancer 8 years ago was difficult, but it strengthened his resolve to enjoy life. When asked, “what advice would you give to people diagnosed with cancer?” he replied, “Just be happy.” Being happy in the face of multiple treatment regimens is challenging, but...

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Why we wouldn't Settle: a Thought Piece from our Co-founders

Why we wouldn't Settle: a Thought Piece from our Co-founders

November 24, 2017

Three and a half years ago, we set out on a radical mission to change the healthcare industry. We had friends and family diagnosed with cancer told to wear tube socks over their PICC lines and felt that there had to be something better. We wouldn’t and couldn’t accept that using...

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Caregiving for a Child and Finding Strength in Your Child, Family and Yourself

Caregiving for a Child and Finding Strength in Your Child, Family and Yourself

November 09, 2017

It was the day after Christmas last year and just two months after my son’s third birthday that he was diagnosed with Leukemia. Every parent’s biggest fear is to hear their child has a disease, with cancer likely topping the charts. I remember those first nights in the hospital, my...

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Finding Your Place as a Caregiver

Finding Your Place as a Caregiver

November 01, 2017

A week before the end of her fifth-grade year, Taylor’s mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Although she was told she had 15 months to live, Taylor’s mom being the strong-willed, positive person she was fought for four years before passing away. Over those four years, Taylor’s family made...

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"Never Give Up Hope" - Barry Katsof’s Battle with PNH

"Never Give Up Hope" - Barry Katsof’s Battle with PNH

October 19, 2017 1 Comment

In May 2001, Barry Katsof was diagnosed with the rare blood disease paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, more commonly known as PNH. Although the odds were initially not in his favor after his body exhibited numerous dangerous symptoms, Barry was able to receive therapy that ultimately allowed him to return to life...

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The Little Things in Life: Finding Gratitude in the Face of Adversity

The Little Things in Life: Finding Gratitude in the Face of Adversity

September 25, 2017

In May 2017, Cindy Jones underwent her third knee replacement. While her past surgeries had been effective, it wasn’t until this third surgery that she received the perfect prosthetic. Despite initial success post-surgery, Cindy had a number of difficulties getting back to normal. Cindy shares how she overcame these obstacles...

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Chemotherapy and Happiness: How to Find the Strength in Accepting Your Limitations

Chemotherapy and Happiness: How to Find the Strength in Accepting Your Limitations

August 24, 2017

When you are first diagnosed with cancer you hear the phrases “Stay Strong” and “Be Strong” a lot. Sometimes it can be difficult to remain “strong,” not only for yourself, but for your friends and family as well. Often times you want to show your loved ones strength by denying...

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Pro Racer AJ Jacobsen Didn't Let her PICC Slow Her Down, Here's Why

Pro Racer AJ Jacobsen Didn't Let her PICC Slow Her Down, Here's Why

August 21, 2017

Slowing down has never been an option for motorcycle road racer AJ Jacobsen. Prescribed a PICC Line following a serious accident, AJ shares how her Care+Wear PICC Line Cover helped her to get in and out of her motorcycle leather while in peak racing season. As a motorcycle road racer,...

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