Important Safety Information
  • Patients

    If you have been diagnosed with cancer or if you require chemotherapy, or know of someone in either of these situations, you may be seeking information about intravenous (I.V.) chemotherapy delivery options, such as implanted ports and ways that may help to decrease the discomfort associated with chemotherapy delivery.

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When you fight cancer, it helps to know you're not in it alone. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Cancer is a disease that touches many lives, and learning from each other makes us all stronger. That's why we created the VEINS FOR LIFE* awareness program. The VEINS FOR LIFE* awareness program is for and about educating patients who require chemotherapy and their families about implanted port usage and other intravenous (I.V.) chemotherapy delivery options.

Talk to your doctor or nurse to determine if a port is right for you. Like any vascular access procedure, there is always a risk of complications. For important safety information, please click here.

When you register for the VEINS FOR LIFE* awareness program, you'll receive information to help educate you on ports and other vascular access device options for delivery of chemotherapy treatment. Subscribe Now!

9 out of 10 patients surveyed stated that a Port improved their quality of life due to decreased pain, need for fewer needlesticks, and quicker blood withdraws [2].