Live with Breast Cancer

10 things you should know before having breast cancer surgery

After having a definitive diagnosis of breast cancer and before undergoing the operation, patients and their relatives are usually worried and confused. The following advice from Dr. Dennis R. Holmes, breast cancer surgeon, CEO of the Los Angeles Center for Women’s Health will help you feel more confident and comfortable.

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