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February 2002
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Breast reconstruction with expanders and implants: Choosing between the 1-stage and 2-stage techniques

Maurice Nahabedian, MD, FACS
Director: Center for reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the breast
Johns Hopkins Hospital
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I have a Breast Lump-I Think I Need a Surgeon? an Editorial by Lillie Shockney, RN., BS., MAS
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Complementary Approaches

The Role of Prayer in Healing

Other Features

Unwanted Side Effects with Combination Treatment

Cranberries Against Cancer

Diabetes and Lower Screening Rates

Hormone Therapy for Locally Advanced Disease

Medicaid Coverage for Breast Cancer Screening

Too Many Women Not Getting Mammograms

Chemotherapy and Long-Term Memory

Trying to Understand the Placebo Effect

Pregnancy and Cancer Treatment

Procrastinating with Breast Cancer Symptoms

Choice of Treatment and Long-Term Quality of Life

 


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