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Surgery Squad's Mastectomy

The fight against breast cancer is a tough one, and the treatment options are never easy. When doctors believe that it is necessary to remove a...


Village Pharmacy- Central Square

Welcome to Village Pharmacy and Gift Shop. We at Village Pharmacy have had the privilege of servicing the healthcare needs of Central Square and...


Stanford Medicine Breast Reconstructive Surgery

A patients interactive guide to breast reconstruction options after mastectomy or lumpectomy. Two general categories of breast reconstruction...


Next Time I'm Gonna Dance

Facing possible death forces Emmie Steele to examine her life. She had plenty she could regretlike her choice in a husband. She is surprised to...



This app contains all the information about common surgeries listed here


Maryville Pharmacy

We are a family owned, independent pharmacy that has been here since 1976 serving the Maryville area. We have a drive up window for patient...


Brewerton Pharmacy

Brewerton Pharmacy is part of a four store family owned operation. It was started in 1976 by pharmacists Nick and Nancy Chervinsky, both graduates...


Breast Center

Whether you are newly diagnosed with breast cancer or you are looking for information on reconstruction following mastectomy, this app will help...


BreaCan Navigators

BreaCan navigators are an information resource aimed at women who have been diagnosed with early breast cancer. They are a stepping stone to...



***Great introductory price!!!*** Buy it once, you can download it to your iPhone, iTouch, and/or iPad!This version of the app contains: *Diseases:...


Breast cancer activists win battle with Facebook over mastectomy photos

A Change.org petition pushes the social network to be more conscientious in how it handles images depicting breast cancer survivors.

By June 12, 2013


Facebook: Breastfeeding photos that bare all are OK

After pressure from a parenting blogger and the #FreeTheNipple campaign, Facebook has changed its community standards to give moderators more leeway in using common sense.

By June 13, 2014


Facebook blocks pics of breast cancer survivor

A woman who says she wants to offer encouragement to others suffering through breast cancer is not allowed to post photos of her reconstructed breasts on Facebook.

By March 8, 2011


Facebook makes exception to nudity policy?

A woman posts her topless picture, post-mastectomy, on Facebook, to raise awareness of breast cancer. Facebook removes it as 'sexual and abusive,' only to apologize and re-instate it after protests.

By May 29, 2009


Short Take: Online petitions circulated for breast cancer insurance bills

Netizens can sign online petitions supporting congressional hearings on two bills to improve insurance coverage for breast cancer patients. The bills are the Reconstructive Breast Surgery Benefits Act, which would require health insurers to cover reconstructive breast surgery if they already pay for mastectomies, and the Breast Cancer Patient Protection Act, which would require insurers to provide at least 48 hours of inpatient hospital care following a mastectomy.

September 12, 1997