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Published in : 2015-03-04 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Dr. Cecilia “Peggy” Brennecke is the Medical Director of Johns Hopkins Imaging practice at Green Spring Station and a radiologist specializing in breast imaging ...
Published in : 2015-12-17 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
A sentinel node biopsy determines if breast cancer has spread to the lymph nodes. An important part of staging cancer, it impacts recommendations for a ...
Published in : 2010-03-23 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Body Image after Breast Cancer Surgery: Conversations on Survival A group of breast cancer survivors discuss accepting their body after breast cancer surgery.
Published in : 2018-08-21 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Social media can be a great communication tool and breast cancer support system. Don Dizon is an oncologist specializing in women's cancers at Lifespan ...
Published in : 2018-08-21 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Sexuality and breast cancer often needs additional help to understand just what to expect. Don Dizon is an oncologist specializing in women's cancers at ...
Published in : 2016-02-05 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
A mastectomy is the removal of the breast, nipple and areola to treat breast cancer. Lillie Shockney, administrative director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, ...
Published in : 2010-11-18 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
At Johns Hopkins, the skin sparing mastectomy is the most common type of mastectomy surgery performed for breast cancer treatment. This animation shows ...
Published in : 2013-09-18 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Learn more about Johns Hopkins breast cancer services at hopkinsmedicine.org/breastcenter. Johns Hopkins breast imaging expert Dr. Cecilia Brennecke ...
Published in : 2010-12-09 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
At Johns Hopkins, the DIEP Flap reconstruction is an important option offered to mastectomy patients. This animation shows and describes this advanced ...
Published in : 2015-12-23 | by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Delayed breast reconstruction candidates are women who've had a lumpectomy or mastectomy within the last 20 days to 20 years. Lillie Shockney of the Johns ...