Through the whirlwind of medical appointments you’re keeping as a young woman diagnosed with breast cancer, reconstruction surgery may be the last thing on your mind. That’s understandable. One 32-year-old woman living in North Carolina felt the same way when she was diagnosed in June 2004. Reconciling herself with the idea of plastic surgery – before she’d had a mastectomy, before she’d even begun treatment – was daunting at best. Even more difficult, no pictures were available to her that showed the process of a young woman’s breast reconstruction, displaying a young woman’s curves and skin elasticity. [Click the book cover image to flip through the pages online.]
The Myself: Together Again story of delayed breast reconstruction following double mastectomy surgery that appears on these pages was inspired by Debbie, who agreed to have the process photographed for this book so that other women like her might have an idea of what to expect.
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