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Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2013 1:10 PM


We Need Volunteers to spread the word and to try our medical cap for Alopecia and Cancer Hair Loss.

The campaign is about our new Healing Cap Medical Wig for hair loss. We are at our final stages of completion. It's a cap that can heal infections and burn scars on the scalp.

We have done tons of research on developing this cap for hair loss sufferers with scalp acne and irritation. A few volunteers have tried the first trial version with good feedback but we need to make the cap in different strengths for adults and children.

After the cap is perfected the first batch will be given absolutely free of charge to deprived Alopecia and Cancer Patients to protect their heads while wearing regular wigs and caps through Hair That Cares. (

We will also distribute to oncologist and dermatologist for their patients to try and give us feedback.

Donate what you can and share the the link with your friends Every little bit counts -- starting at $3 to make this happen and everyone can be a part of us making history!

About Hair That Cares
Hair that Cares, Inc. is a non-profit organization that grants medical wigs to financially deprived adults and children who suffer from medical related hair loss.

Created from the concept when people look good, they have a tendency to feel good, the founders of Hair that Cares, Inc. realize that patients suffering from hair loss may not be able to afford realistic looking hair alternatives. Some insurance companies do not cover the expense of a quality medical wig.

We help those, but limited to, Chemotherapy Patients, Progeria and Alopecia Areata sufferers who do not have medical insurance, denied cranial prosthesis coverage with Household Income (HHI) under $30k yearly. Partial grant awards are also offered to recipients HHI under $50k yearly.

• Location: Long Island

• Post ID: 36900035 newyork is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.