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Surgical options after a cancer diagnosis in one breast

Dear Mayo Clinic: My daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer at 54 and had surgery to remove one breast. Her surgeon told her that it wasn't necessary to remove both breasts, because she was not at high risk for developing ...

Nov 09, 2016
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