What to Know if You're Considering Breast Reconstruction Surgery
Published October 22nd, 2013
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA- A mastectomy is a surgical procedure that removes the breast to treat or prevent breast cancer. Women who undergo this procedure may choose breast reconstruction to help restore the look and feel of the breast after a mastectomy. TV20's Corrie Lovette sat down with Doctor Bruce Mast, the chief of Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery at UF Health to discuss who is a good candidate and what options are available when considering reconstructive breast surgery.
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