This Wentworth-Born Startup’s Vest Aims To Improve the Lives of Cancer Patients
January 29, 2016
Life is already challenging enough for cancer patients, but what can make their lives even more challenging is the shoulder bags they have to carry for chemotherapy infusion treatments. For people receiving this kind of outpatient chemotherapy, the bag can be cumbersome and make the IV and pump equipment vulnerable to damage. It also might make them stand out in a crowd when all they want to do is get on with their day. Read more Here
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