Breast Health and Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Prevention and Screening
Breasts and Pregnancy
Living With Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Staging
Side Effects of Treatment
Surgery is a main treatment for breast cancer. Surgery is most often a lumpectomy to remove part of the breast or a mastectomy to remove the whole breast. Find out about the different options to reconstruct the breast after a mastectomy.
Your Journey Through Breast Cancer Surgery is for men and women having surgery for breast cancer. It covers your journey through breast cancer surgery.
Breast-Conserving Surgery (Lumpectomy or Partial Mastectomy) for Breast Cancer
Breast Needle Localization
Mastectomy (Removal of the Breast) for Breast Cancer
Choosing a Prosthesis After Breast Cancer Surgery
Breast Cancer Surgery – Drain Care (video)
Breast Cancer Surgery – Arm and Shoulder Exercises – Week 1 (video)
Breast Cancer Surgery – Arm and Shoulder Exercises – Week 2 (video)
Breast Cancer Surgery – Arm and Shoulder Exercises – Strengthening Exercises (video)
Breast Cancer: Lymph Node Surgery for Staging Cancer
Axillary Lymph Node Dissection: Before Your Surgery
Axillary Lymph Node Dissection: What to Expect at Home
Breast Cancer: Should I Have Breast Reconstruction After a Mastectomy?
Breast Implant Surgery for Breast Reconstruction
Tissue Flap Surgery for Breast Reconstruction
Breast Reconstruction Canada
Lymphedema: Topic Overview
Lymphedema: Managing Lymphedema
Breastfeeding After Breast Surgery
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