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See ‘Battle Scars’ Video: New Orleans rising

Inside a grand building on historic St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans sits one of the most advanced, state-of-the-art breast reconstruction facilities in the world. Three top-tier surgeons hone their craft in a surgical centre that could be easily confused with an exclusive hotel. Thandi Fletcher travelled to Louisiana to get a first-hand look at the frontline of microsurgical breast reconstruction.

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New Orleans Magazine – Best Doctors: Corrective “Redo” Breast Reconstruction

Having breast cancer is difficult, as is having a mastectomy. After undergoing such an emotionally and physically arduous experience, many women confront the tertiary challenge of breast reconstruction, and all too often, correcting a failed breast reconstruction. The life’s work of doctors DellaCroce and Sullivan is to reduce the frequency of this heartbreaking scenario. Unfortunately, […]

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Actress Makes Preventive Double Mastectomy News

Actress, director and philanthropist Angelina Jolie revealed she had a preventive double mastectomy. For many years, women have been making the difficult decision as Jolie has: Save my life for my children, or save my original breasts. Many choose the chance at a longer life.

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Center for Restorative Breast Surgery Joins the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and Singer/Songwriter Jewel to Close the Loop on Breast Cancer

New Orleans Breast Center sponsors Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Day USA to raise awareness about reconstruction options post mastectomy ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (July 12, 2012) – Research shows that 7 of 10 women diagnosed with breast cancer remain in the dark about their reconstruction options following a mastectomy…options that provide the opportunity for a more […]

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