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Breast Reconstruction (INACTIVE)

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  • Breast Cancer options

    ABC News correspondent Amy Robach’s recent courageous decision to undergo mastectomy and breast reconstruction after learning the results of a televised mammogram highlights an important shift in our national dialogue on breast cancer.
  • Angelina Jolie's courageous act will save women's lives

    Angelina Jolie's courageous act will save women's lives
    Four days after her April 27 breast reconstruction, the third and final surgery aimed at sparing her an early death from breast cancer, Angelina Jolie was in good spirits at home. Upon paying a house call, her surgeon, Dr. Kristi Funk of the Pink...

    Angelina Jolie, the BRCA mutation and me

    Angelina Jolie, the BRCA mutation and me
    Late Monday night, friends and colleagues started sending me Angelina Jolie's op-ed about her decision to have a double mastectomy. Like Jolie, I have the mutation in my BRCA1 gene that pushed my lifetime risk of developing breast cancer to nearly 90%....

    Click here for breast cancer awareness events

    BROWARD Through October Exhibt: Stories to Share Part IV North Regional Library, Coconut Creek Guests are invited to stop by the library’s art gallery to view Susan Buzzi’s book of photographs and stories from breast cancer survivors. Call...

    Breast Cancer Awareness: Breast Reconstruction

    Breast Cancer Awareness: Breast Reconstruction
    Armen Kasabian, MD is Chief of Plastic Surgery and Reconstruction in the North Shore-LIJ Health System, and an Assistant Professor of Surgery NYU School of Medicine. He stopped by to tell us about breast reconstruction options. 1. All patients must be...