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Customized Clothing For Dialysis Patients That Improves You Quality of Life

There are about 430,000 Americans who are currently receiving dialysis treatment. If you are one of those patients, you know how uncomfortable it can be to be hooked up to a dialysis machine for hours each day. The Kidney Research Institute at the University of Washington is actually testing a "wearable kidney" device that would [...]

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Get 10% Off Our Green Peritoneal Dialysis Clothing Online

We are celebrating St. Patrick's Day all month long by offering 10% off anything green in our online store! We offer the best peritoneal dialysis clothing online and now you can save on green items when you place your order in March. That means you can get our great speciality clothing items at a discount! [...]

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We Offer The Most Comfortable Patient Clothing Available Online

There are millions of patients in the United States who are currently undergoing chemotherapy or dialysis treatments. These treatments are time consuming and uncomfortable. We want to do what we can to make the experience a little easier on these patients. We set out to create clothing that would keep them comfortable while giving medical [...]

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Comfortable Patient Clothing For Receiving Treatments

We've created comfortable patient clothing because we've seen the need for it personally. When dialysis or chemotherapy patients go in for treatment, they are often required to fully or partially disrobe for their treatment. Embarrassment aside, it is uncomfortable for patients to be sitting for long periods of time, uncovered and exposed, and subject to [...]

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We Have the Best Customized Clothing For Dialysis Patients

Having to go through dialysis or chemotherapy isn’t fun. Patients are left feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. They shouldn’t have to feel uncomfortable and exposed, too. It was our desire to create a clothing line that made treatment as easy as possible for the medical team and the patient and that wouldn’t require the patient to [...]

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