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Breast Cancer Guide 2012

December 19, 2012

Image Courtesy of the American Cancer Society
Here we have compiled every article we published during the 2012 Breast Cancer Awareness Month . We have information about breast cancer detection with breast implants, what to be aware of if you have a family history of breast cancer, breast reconstruction awareness, why mammary glands are prone to cancer, and a new scientific breakthrough breast implant where the surface may actually deter the growth of cancer cells. The slide show is in PDF form for you to download, print, and share. This information can help save lives, so please, pass it along.


Breast Cancer Awareness 2012

 
 


 
 

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Raleigh, North Carolina (NC) Breast Augmentation by
Christopher J. Morea, M.D.
Dr. Christopher J. Morea Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
 
Thousand Oaks, California (CA) Breast Augmentation by
Christopher Costanzo, M.D.
Dr. Christopher Costanzo Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
 
Alpharetta, Georgia (GA) Breast Augmentation by
The Swan Center for Plastic Surgery
Dr. Joseph Bauer, Dr. Dean J. Fardo, Dr. Amy Alderman Board Certified Plastic Surgeons
 
Cristine Meredith Miele Foundation







Please help ImplantInfo support breast cancer research through the Cristine Meredith Miele Foundation, set up in loving memory of Cristine “Crissy” Miele. Crissy was a loving wife and mother and dedicated member of the ImplantInfo family who lost her battle with breast cancer in July 2010.

Your donations support Dr. Kenneth Offit and his research team. They are focusing genetic testing on families, like Crissy’s, where breast cancer is hereditary and develops from a yet unidentified gene mutation. Advances can improve early detection and help future generations, including Crissy’s daughters.

No donation is too small, and your support means the world. Please help us continue Crissy’s courageous fight.

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