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New Issue Alert: Breast Cancer Special Issue 2019

Here’s a look at what’s inside our 2019 Breast Cancer special issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED November 07, 2019


Here’s a look at what’s inside our 2019 Breast Cancer special issue:

Most people who undergo mastectomy lose feeling in their chests. However, microsurgeons have found a way to restore sensation. Meet two women who are Feeling Like New.

Next, From One to Many. After two decades, patients with HER2-positive breast cancer have a plethora of new and emerging treatments instead of just a single agent. Our feature story explores these advancements.

And, survivors at risk of lymphedema are asked to follow a standard list of lifestyle adaptations, but some experts are Bending the Rules. Within the pages of this issue, we walk you through the steps that they’re suggesting avoid the side effect.

To read these stories and more, visit the full issue online.

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