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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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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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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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Finding Your Place as a Caregiver

Finding Your Place as a Caregiver

November 01, 2017

In honor of National Family Caregiver's Month, we wanted to share the story of Taylor Penn. 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...

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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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Receiving Support After a Cancer Diagnosis

Receiving Support After a Cancer Diagnosis

August 07, 2017

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be one of the hardest pieces of news for both patients and their families. While sometimes it might seem like you’re all alone, there are many different ways that you can receive support, both financially and emotionally. One of our partners is CancerCare, a non-profit...

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A new kind of bond: brother & sister's fight against Mitochondrial Disease

A new kind of bond: brother & sister's fight against Mitochondrial Disease

July 24, 2017

There aren’t too many times in my life where I can remember not being wrapped up in the world of hospitals, doctors and medical treatments... I was only seven years old when my youngest brother, Tyler, came crashing into this world 7 weeks early. From the very start, we were...

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Expert Opinion: 4 Best Creams for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

Expert Opinion: 4 Best Creams for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

June 07, 2017

Health, fitness and beauty expert Margaux Diaz weighs in on the best creams for patients undergoing chemotherapy. You can find more of her tips, reviews and information on different types of cancer in Consumer Health Digest. Starting chemotherapy treatment can be one of the most difficult times for patients with cancer...

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Why I Love My Doctors

Why I Love My Doctors

April 05, 2017

On National Doctor Day, Doug Balder, architect and community activist, shared his story of why he loves his doctor. In 2015 Doug was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Stage 3. Multiple Myeloma is a blood cancer that can affect your bones. Doug has 7 compressed fractures in his back.     ...

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How Social Media Has Altered the Cancer Patient Experience

How Social Media Has Altered the Cancer Patient Experience

June 16, 2016 1 Comment

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. Through social media, communities in which members share insights and support and networks built around cancer are changing lives on...

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Positive Psychology and How It Can Help

Positive Psychology and How It Can Help

June 02, 2016

In honor of last month’s mental health awareness month, we wanted to do a post on the importance of how you feel as well as how positivity can improve how you feel and live. What is mental health? Mental health is a level of psychological well being or an absence...

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