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One Year Since My Mastectomy by Sylvie Fortin Patient Expert has come and gone so quickly! Has it actually been one full year since this whole experience began? Time flies when you’re … well, maybe it wasn... of this year marked the first anniversary of my mastectomy. On that day in 2006, I went under the knife...
Considering Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy? by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Contralateral prophylactic mastectomy is a procedure where a breast cancer patient... cancer patients in one hospital opted for contralateral prophylactive mastectomy in 2006-2007...
A Day in Which I Buy a Mastectomy Camisole & Fail to Sway an Alderman; plus Strangers on a Train by Sandi W. Patient Expert The nurse at Fancy Hospital had e-mailed me, asking if I wanted a mastectomy camisole. I looked... and it just so happened to be the same one as the rest of mankind's. I had imagined a mastectomy camisole as a pinky...
A hard week, but full of blessings by LeslynMusch Patient Expert of reconstructing the breasts that were removed during my double mastectomy for cancer. That process of slowly...
A Day in Which I Buy a Mastectomy Camisole & Fail to Sway an Alderman; plus Strangers on a Train by Sandi W. Patient Expert The nurse at Fancy Hospital had e-mailed me, asking if I wanted a mastectomy camisole. I looked... and it just so happened to be the same one as the rest of mankind's. I had imagined a mastectomy camisole as a pinky...
Pocket Full of Sunshine, Closet Full of Bad by Penelope P. Healthy Living Professional Natasha Bedingfieldhas a pocket full of sunshine. My pockets are warm and toasty, too, but my closet is full of bad. My bad. I can’t run for President; I’ll admit that. I’m afraid there’s one...
Full Steam to Full Stop by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven –it really took a lot out of me.  No, full day in bed to try and generally recuperate and just “deal.”  My energy...
Mastectomy Therapy: Physical Therapy using Lymphatic Therapy for Pre and Post Mastectomy Surgery by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine the process their body is undergoing as they recover from such an invasive surgery as a radical mastectomy... and must be attended to pre and post surgery to maximize the healing process from a mastectomy...
The Full Sized Bachelor Looking for the Full Sized Woman – Will “More to Love” Help Obesity? by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven One of the interesting portions on the videos is that everyone is shown not only with their name, but their weight as well.  Considering the country's rising obesity levels and all the healthcare concerns on the web, is this
Vegan MoFo 2009 Day #4: Full moon=full tummy by Jeni Treehugger Patient Expert I n honour of the full moon I made a full moon pie (as you do). Although admittedly the pie is adorned with half moons - full moons would have been just round circles, and whilst there's nothing wrong...

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