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Revisiting options for improving results of breast reconstruction

By: Ted A. James, MD, Contributor There are a range of options for reconstruction following breast cancer surgery. When a mastectomy is performed, reconstruction can be achieved using various forms of implants, or with natural tissue taken from other parts of the body to re-form the breast. Whether or not a woman chooses to pursue breast reconstruction is a very personal choice. Many women experience an excellent quality of life without reconstruction. However, for…

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