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  • Video: Sacramento breast cancer survivor turns entrepreneur

    After seven breast cancer surgeries and three job layoffs, Sacramento resident Cinde Dolphin designed a medical product to help patients cope with one of the aggravating aftermaths of surgery. Designed to hold post-surgery medical drains, the Kili carrier is used by some Sacramento hospitals. A decorative spin-off version is made by African women.

After seven breast cancer surgeries and three job layoffs, Sacramento resident Cinde Dolphin designed a medical product to help patients cope with one of the aggravating aftermaths of surgery. Designed to hold post-surgery medical drains, the Kili carrier is used by some Sacramento hospitals. A decorative spin-off version is made by African women. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com
After seven breast cancer surgeries and three job layoffs, Sacramento resident Cinde Dolphin designed a medical product to help patients cope with one of the aggravating aftermaths of surgery. Designed to hold post-surgery medical drains, the Kili carrier is used by some Sacramento hospitals. A decorative spin-off version is made by African women. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com

Breast cancer survivor turns post-surgery aggravation into invention

August 06, 2015 5:01 PM

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