Breast Cancer 360

Difficult Decisions: Breast Cancer Reconstruction

November 12, 2018
05:00pm to 07:00pm
EST
2018-11-12 17:00:00 2018-11-12 19:00:00 America/New_York Difficult Decisions: Breast Cancer Reconstruction Ullyot Meeting Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 19106, 315 Chestnut Street
Science History Institute
Ullyot Meeting Hall
315 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

After a breast cancer diagnosis, you have many decisions to make, several of which come fast and furious.  One of those complex choices may be breast reconstruction--if you want to have it, when you may want to have it, and what kind of reconstruction is best for you.

During this program our expert, Clara N. Lee, MD, MPP, associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, will offer insight into what your doctor should understand about your health and lifestyle to provide you the information and support you need to make the best decision. She will discuss the differences between reconstructive surgeries and what different reconstruction choices may mean down the road.

Hear from a panel of people like you about their own reconstruction decisions, their stories, and the impact their reconstruction choice has made on their lives.

A question and answer portion session will follow the Dr. Lee’s presentation. 

 

Panelist: 

Clara N. Lee, MD, MPP 

Clara N. Lee, MD, MPP, is associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. She is also an associate professor, by courtesy appointment, of health services management and policy in the university’s college of public health. Read more.

 

Moderator: 

Jean A. Sachs, MSS, MLSP

Jean Sachs, Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s chief executive officer, joined the organization in 1996 and under her leadership LBBC has grown into a nationally known resource for information and understanding for women, men and families affected by breast cancer. Read more.

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