How to Reduce Surgery Scars from an “Angry” Breast Cancer Tumor


When Carys Cao was diagnosed with her ductal carcinoma in situ in 2011, she made her cancer doctor call it an “angry tumor” because of its size. After she discovered she had breast cancer, Carys decided to have a bilateral mastectomy and breast reconstructionRethink Breast Cancer shared this video where you can watch Carys’ advice on how to reduce and properly heal your scars after breast cancer surgery.

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