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Someone With Opens its Doors to Create Online Marketplace for Breast Cancer Products and Services
Date:5/9/2011

s and Public Relations for UUNet, Jagemann previously founded Online Office Supplies and eCommerce Industries (ECi2), which she sold via Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group, Inc. (FBR) for approximately $90M in 2006. Today, ECi2 stands a $100M software company that leads the industries it serves.

"It may not seem like paper clips and compression garments have anything in common, but if you take a closer look, it's all about understanding the supply chain and using technology to simplify and enhance the shopper's experience," said Jagemann.  "Everyone keeps saying that healthcare is a different world, filled with hurdles and restrictions, but all I see is the opportunity to improve the lives of women living with breast cancer—and maybe even, eventually, the lives of all patients living with chronic disease."

The exact cost of each individual's breast cancer treatment varies from woman to woman, perhaps topping $300,000 or more in a worst-case scenario. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that the amount of money women with breast cancer (who have employer-sponsored health insurance) spend out of pocket exceeds $6,500.  A survey by the American Cancer Society indicates that one out of four people with cancer has used up all their personal savings and close to one in 10 has declared bankruptcy, sometimes resulting in patients cutting prescriptions, not going to their doctor, or not getting preventive services. "If pooled together, the hundreds if not thousands of dollars spent on flowers, balloons, and sympathetic, yet unproductive, gifts from friends and families could have a meaningful impact on their out-of-pocket medical and mounting financial burden," commented, Ms. Jagemann.

Among Someone With's web features is a patent-pending patient Registry™ that works like a baby/bridal registry for breast cancer patients.  Once registered, So
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