Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day - Special Report
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My good friend and colleague the amazing Dr. Kamakshi Zeidler, for whom I did the BRA Day photos in October, published an article about advances in breast reconstruction surgery in the Huffington Post. And guess who’s images are featured!

Here's an excerpt from the article: 

A recent New York Times article, “’Going Flat’ After Breast Cancer,” highlighted a growing number of women who, after beating the disease, are deciding to opt out of breast reconstructive surgery and remain breast-less after undergoing mastectomies. The nascent movement dubbed going flat “challenges long-held assumptions about femininity and what it means to recover after breast cancer,” according to the Times.

The fact is that the number of reconstruction procedures increased almost 5 percent last year to more than 106,300, and since 2000, the numbers are up a remarkable 35 percent, according to a recent report by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Moreover, the Times piece grossly undersells the benefits of reconstruction and fails to address the incredible advances in surgery and abundance of options that are available to women today.   See the Full Article and Images Here: 


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