HairToStay is the only national non-profit dedicated to providing financial support to patients who can’t afford scalp cooling.
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Save It Forward Campaign led by scalp cooling patient
Hair loss is one of the most devastating side effects for chemotherapy patients, robbing them of their privacy and dignity.
Scalp cooling can help prevent hair loss.
For many patients, this is a life changing – and possibly lifesaving – treatment. A recent study found that 8% of chemo patients refuse chemo treatment for fear of losing their hair.
Two Pillars of the HairToStay Mission
I. Patient Subsidy Program
How incredibly wonderful it is to know that in many cases it is possible to avoid the trauma of losing hair from chemotherapy.
However, it comes at a price that many patients have difficulty paying. And THAT is precisely where we come in. HairToStay is all about leveling the playing field so that as many people as possible, who are facing the awful prospect of hair loss from chemotherapy, have a chance to consider an option that may help their Hair to Stay – on their heads! Learn about and apply for a subsidy →
II. Patient Awareness & Trusted Source Education(PATSE)
In addition to providing subsidies for scalp cooling, HairToStay is focused on expanding awareness of scalp cooling in the U.S. and helping to inform and support patients on their scalp cooling journey.
One of the early pioneers who used scalp cooling while she received chemotherapy for breast cancer, is our very own Co-Founder, Patsy Graham. Patsy knows just about everything there is to know about the process, the products, and the experience. And she is here to help you.
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Patsy Graham and patient Tiffany Gilman featured in a segment on CBS Austin.
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