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There might be a little bit of an issue with the mastectomy, because that could possibly streamline, so a little bit of an advantage there, some might say.Lia Thomas is NCAA’s first Transgender D-1 National Champion|Dawn Ennis|March 18, 2022|Washington Blade
In April 2019, one month after she ran a 10K race to celebrate her 60th birthday, Walker’s doctor spotted another tumor in a sliver of breast tissue under her left armpit that had not been removed during the double mastectomy.
For stage 4 breast cancer, there is some debate as to whether lumpectomy or mastectomy are effective options.
When Angelina Jolie bravely wrote about her double mastectomy last year, it sparked both applause and criticism.
A double-mastectomy is a serious operation and calls for a challenging recovery.
If a double mastectomy provides a certain level of anxiety relief for patients, should surgeons proceed?
The study aimed to help elucidate the common motivations for pursuing a double mastectomy.
Robach said she will undergo a double mastectomy on November 14th.Miley Cyrus Smokes Joint On Stage, Amy Robach Reveals Cancer Diagnosis on 'GMA'|Culture Team|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I ask your support for bipartisan legislation to guarantee that a woman can stay in the hospital for 48 hours after a mastectomy.
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The surgical removal of a breast.