The shirt is an expensive piece of medical equipment that provides a kind of “X-rays” for people diagnosed with cancer.
It can help determine if cancer is spreading in the body or even help determine whether it is curable.
But the shirt could also help a doctor decide whether to remove a cancerous tumor.
And it’s a reminder of the cost of cancer treatments.
The shirts are typically made by a small medical company called Wix.
It makes them for hospitals and health care workers, and some of its customers say they need them.
Some hospitals, including the University of Michigan Medical Center, are using them to monitor their patients’ vital signs.
The companies have said the shirts can help people better control their cancer.
But some health care providers say they have concerns about their safety.
Wix said it is working with health care organizations to improve its quality control, as it tries to ensure the shirts are safe.
WIX spokesman Kevin Davis said the company is taking safety concerns seriously and working with local health care professionals to better manage the shirts.
He said the shirt is designed to protect the health of the patient, but he said the health care provider must monitor it closely.
“We take it very seriously, and we take it seriously every day that we have it,” Davis said.
“It is a highly advanced piece of equipment that is made for medical care, and it’s designed to work well.”
A company spokesman, Kevin Miller, said that when people have an infection they are more likely to get sicker as a result.
“There are ways to prevent this,” Miller said.
A spokesman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the agency has no plans to put any restrictions on Wix’s use of the shirts, saying it has a broad mandate to keep patients safe.
He added that the agency is monitoring the use of Wix products.
But he said that “this is something that should be looked at and taken seriously by the FDA.”
Health care workers say they’re worried about the shirt.
Dr. John Schafer, a professor of radiology at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine, said Wix has a long history of safety concerns.
He is concerned about how the shirts might affect a person’s health, especially in hospitals.
The shirt uses an ultraviolet light to measure the level of a specific protein in the skin.
Wrenching the shirt around the body can cause a sore, sore throat and breathing problems, he said.
He’s concerned about whether the shirt can also be used for other purposes.
“That’s a concern for me, too,” he said, adding that his daughter has had her cancer diagnosis postponed and is worried about getting another cancer diagnosis.
In an email to The Washington Post, Wix spokesman Kevin Miller said the products are meant to help people.
He noted that it is designed for hospitals to be able to monitor the health and wellness of their patients, and to monitor when they need to be removed.
“The safety of the Wix product is the same as the safety of any other product on our store,” Miller wrote.
The company also said the WIX shirts were approved for use in hospitals by the U, S. FDA.
But a spokeswoman for the FDA said that the WXX1 shirt is not approved for the use in health care settings.
The FDA has a list of medical devices that can be used in health clinics, and the agency does not regulate medical devices.
Miller said WIX’s shirts were designed to help prevent cancer and it has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
But his agency has never approved the use the shirts in hospitals or medical centers, he added.
He also said that Wix would like to see the FDA review the safety and quality of the products.
“I am very confident that WIX products are safe and do not cause harm to the health or safety of people,” Miller told The Post.
“But I don’t want to see this company put its reputation on the line by doing anything that may endanger its customers.”
A spokeswoman for Wix, Michael Totten, said he would like the FDA to take the safety concerns more seriously.
“Wix products are not approved or marketed for use on human beings,” Totten said.
The spokesman said that FDA regulations prohibit doctors from giving a patient a WXX-1 shirt.
Totten did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Some health care experts say Wix shirts could have a role to play in treating cancer.
“When you’re treating a patient with a cancer diagnosis, I think it’s appropriate to have some kind of treatment shirt,” said Dr. David Kestel, a board-certified oncologist at the Mayo Clinic.
“To have a shirt with a lettering on it that says ‘Wix,’ I think would be a helpful thing to have.”
But Kestl also said WXX2 is a better option for patients who