I was honored to be on NECN “The Take” last night with Lori Van Dam from Susan G Komen talking about breast cancer screening in Massachusetts from Komen’s latest community report. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2aZCIsh
All the best to everyone!
Thanks to everyone who contributed and who contribute and work every day towards finding a cure for breast cancer!
This past weekend was ASPS, our annual meeting for plastic surgeons. A great time exchanging ideas and experiences in Boston!
Best wishes to all and your families!
I had the honor of speaking to BRCA+ patients and their families regarding breast reconstruction at the Looking Back Facing Forward Conference at Harvard Medical School, a biannual conference featuring oncologists and surgeons from the various hospitals in the Boston area…..
A procedure to carefully decrease the size of a nose depends on both the skin and underlying cartilage- these are taken into account when planning for a procedure. The operation called Reduction Rhinoplasty reduces the size of the framework of the nose over which the skin is draped. The skin itself is not touched. The […]
Yes! However, it is key to understand how one relates to the other, in terms of helping a patient breathe better and use their nose better while at the same time changing the outward appearance of the nose! Sometimes, rhinoplasty (nose surgery) involves only a functional component or only an aesthetic component. Although the distinction […]
I saw a patient recently who was relatively early in her pregnancy last week; of course the safety of the growing baby is paramount and also treatment of the cancer; there are options to minimize the number of anesthesias when treating breast cancer and planning reconstruction. Breast reconstruction is a type of surgery for women […]
supporting cancer research of all kinds- raising over $3 million dollars at this point!