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July 1999

Explore ALL Options Before Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Mastectomy (removal of the breast) for cancer is the most common reason that women seek breast reconstruction. Fortunately, recent advances in surgical techniques have opened a whole host of options to the patient seeking reconstruction. These include the use of artificial materials such as breast implants, tissue expansion techniques, and the transplantation of the patient's own tissue for reconstructing a new breast.
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Complementary Approaches

Alternative Therapy and Depression

Green Tea May Halt Cancer Cell Growth

 


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