For Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy, Women May Choose ‘Now,’ ‘Later,’ or ‘Never’

Published Oct 9, 2020

For Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy, Women May Choose ‘Now,’ ‘Later,’ or ‘Never’

Besides breast cancer treatment decisions, women and their doctors should have honest, thoughtful, conversations about surgical breast reconstruction: whether to do it, how and when.

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