Care+Wear Women's Central Line & Chest Port Access Blouse

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This stylish shirt utilises concealed zippers for discreet access to chest ports. Stylish and comfortable clothing that means you don’t have to disrobe during treatment.

Key Features:

  • Practical shirt for use with central line, tunnelled venous catheter, implanted ports.
  • Soft, premium cotton fabric.
  • Does not contain any latex or rubbers.
  • EPA approved antimicrobial treated fabric.

This piece of practical clothing has been designed specifically for women undergoing cancer treatment. It allows the wearer to receive chemo treatment without the need to disrobe. The flattering fit and year round style makes this shirt a fantastic addition to the wardrobe of anyone living with cancer.

It can be difficult to know what to wear to treatment sessions, as most clothes aren’t designed with easy access to catheters. Care & Wear’s innovative clothing range is made up of stylish and practical pieces for a more comfortable experience on the day of treatment.

  • Soft, premium cotton blend fabric
  • Machine wash cold with like colors
  • Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry
  • Do not bleach
  • Wash before use
  • Antimicrobial treated fabric lasts for at least 50 washes


Bought for a friend/ much to think of/deal with when going through treatment, it's a blessing to be able to provide something that makes part of the process easier/more comfortable. 

When our family member wore the shirt for treatment, so many people were approaching her and asking her where she bought the shirt. (She shared the name)! She finds the shirt to work well, so she does not have to keep her shirt wide open for 4 hours. I think you have a great product.

I absolutely love the port shirt! I wear it every time I go to the clinic and hospital for chemo. I bought both colors and wish there were more colors! Love, love, love this shirt!!

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