To Reconstruct or Not: After Mastectomy, Two Women Take Very Different Paths

Updated October 29th, 2020

To Reconstruct or Not: After Mastectomy, Two Women Take Very Different Paths

Two women share stories of the different paths they took after each got a double mastectomy. To go "flat" or to reconstruct is a very personal decision and one that doesn't have to be made right away.

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