Monthly Archives: October 2016

24

Oct

Post Cancer Treatment Life

October 24, 2016

Life After Breast Cancer You have shown breast cancer that it can’t beat you. And now, it’s time for you to move to a new stage in your life: one of growth, wisdom and healing. Considering the various facets of breast cancer survivorship–recurrence prevention, treatment after-effects, continued support and more–may seem overwhelming....

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18

Oct

Correcting Lumpectomy Deformities in Your Breasts

October 18, 2016

Removing cancerous tumors and lumps can leave you with deformed, asymmetric or disproportionate breasts. Many women are left with one breast significantly larger than the other or with noticeable dents. Many of these problems are worse if you endured radiation therapy. If you’re feeling self-conscious and beaten down,...

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10

Oct

What Dr. Wirth Can Do for Breast Cancer Survivors Sources

October 10, 2016

You’ve Beaten Breast Cancer, and Now… Beating breast cancer is an incredible accomplishment! You should be proud of yourself and all that you have achieved. But, being a breast cancer survivor has its own challenges, some of which can seem overwhelming and frightening to consider. You can rest assured that Dr. Garrett Wirth...

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7

Oct

Breast Cancer Awareness Month- Tiffinny’s Story

October 7, 2016

At the age of 45 I was diagnosed with carcinoma in situ (clusters of microcalcification) in the left breast, stage 1 breast cancer. I never thought I would hear the words “you have cancer” as I was a healthy woman with no history of adverse medical conditions. As I began my journey and along the way, I realized that cancer...

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4

Oct

Breast Reconstruction Options

October 4, 2016

After having a lumpectomy or mastectomy, you may have lost more than one or both of your breasts. You may feel that not only do you no longer have a part of your body, you are now missing a part of your identity. Breast reconstruction by Dr. Garrett Wirth can help you get back to who you were before cancer—and uncover who...

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