Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: I am thin and I already had a tummy tuck seven years ago. I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in January, and I’ve had my bilateral mastectomy and wanted to know the different options of reconstruction. I’ll be going through radiation treatments in a week,...
In Her Words – Helene

In Her Words – Helene

When you are handed a breast cancer diagnosis, it’s important to have confident doctors who want to move quickly with your treatment plan. So five years ago, when Helene Robinson was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, she was surprised at what went wrong...
Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: Does delayed reconstruction with radiation impact the success of ReSensation? From what I have been hearing in the other videos, I expect after radiation that resensation is not likely at all? A: Breast reconstruction with natural tissue is very successful after...
In Her Words – Tara

In Her Words – Tara

As someone who works in the medical field, Tara is meticulous about preventative medicine, so when it was time for her own mammogram in 2017, she got it done, but she didn’t get the clean bill of health she had hoped for. “The doctor told me that I needed an MRI and...
Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: Hello, I am a breast cancer survivor with a double mastectomy. I had implants and I’m not satisfied with the outcome. My insurance probably won’t cover getting them redone. How much is the basic cost? Gail: Oh, that’s not good. Why won’t they consider a revision?...
Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: My sister had breast cancer and is about to have a mastectomy. She is confused about which implant is safest: saline, silicone, or her own fat. A: Hello! Thanks for reaching out to us through our website chat. Here is information on which implants were taken off of...

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