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Dialysis and Chemo Clothing

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Chemotherapy and dialysis patients have long suffered the indignity—and discomfort—of traditional hospital gowns. "Ports and veins are hard to access without wearing a flimsy hospital gown that tends to leave you exposed and cold," says WEWS5. But thanks to Ohio resident Deb Stanzak, patients undergoing difficult treatments now have an activewear option: RonWear—named after Stanzak's brother—garments that come complete with "ports for dialysis, chemotherapy, transfusion and other infusion therapy." [WEWS5]