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Facing Breast Cancer's Toughest Facts


Driven by an awareness of her risk for breast cancer, Lindsay Mulic consulted with both her transplant and breast surgery doctors, and chose the type of surgery that would allow the most normal-looking reconstructed breast.

Lindsay Mulic and her sister browse through a family photo album. "By helping Lindsay the way we did," said her breast cancer surgeon Irene Wapnir, "we make it possible for her to live a long, long time without facing treatment for breast cancer." 

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