On today’s episode, I am speaking with Claire Paxman. Claire is a family member of the founder of Paxman Scalp Cooling, a brand ambassador and the Director of Global Training. Claire’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 36 and hair loss was devastating to her. She tried an earlier version of cold capping that was available to her in the United Kingdom in the 1990s but it did not work for her. Her husband, Glenn, (Claire’s father) and his brother, Neil, set out to develop a system that worked. Today, Paxman is the global leader in scalp cooling having treated more than 100,000 patients in 50 countries worldwide. The device gained FDA approval in 2017 and is steadily growing in the U.S. Unfortunately, Claire’s mother passed away at the age of 44 but her legacy lives on in every single person that is helped by scalp cooling. On today’s episode, Claire shares her story and tells us all about how the Paxman works, efficacy and what’s next in terms of research and trying to improve outcomes.