Having Breast Reconstruction after a Mastectomy

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Having Breast Reconstruction after a Mastectomy

DocShop.com Tip: Most patients can have the breast reconstruction surgery performed in conjunction with the mastectomy. This is possible when the mastectomy will likely remove all of the cancerous cells and there are no health concerns such as obesity or high blood pressure which would require the patient to wait until these concerns can be mitigated before having the breast reconstruction surgery.



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