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Mastectomy and Reconstruction - Expanders after Breast Cancer
Here's a little about what to expect after going though a mastectomy and reconstruction. I'll show you what the expanders look and feel like. You can also see what my scars look like after surgery. Overall the expanders aren't too bad, but I'm sure the breast implants will feel and look a lot more natural. I'm a 31 year old mom who was diagnosed with stage 1, triple negative breast cancer. I had a double mastectomy, reconstruction, and 4 rounds of chemo. I made this video to help other women know what to expect when going through this. "breast cancer" mastectomy reconstruction expanders "breast implants" "boob job" scars bikini "hair regrowth after chemo" "young woman" "young mom" "what to expect" chemo "bald woman" "short hair" "triple negative" "Austin texas" livestrong, masectomy, "breast removal"
Views: 238357 Rachel Cha Ching Queen
HealthBreak: Christine Cho, DO, Breast Reconstruction after Cancer
After breast cancer, reconstruction surgery is an important part of treatment for some women. Dr. Christine Cho says Reading Health System provides women with many options in this edition of Healthbreak.
Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors Part One - PROFESSIONAL/PATIENT
Based on the book "Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors," Harvard Common Press, 2000, Andrea Leonard takes you step-by step through a progression of recovery exercises. The program is designed to address the concerns of breast surgery and reconstruction. Exercises include range of motion, flexibility, core stability, and strength training. Make sure to get permission from your doctor prior to beginning this or any other exercise program.
Views: 4953 Cancer Exercise
For the Breast Cancer Awareness month, we have conducted a series of short insightful videos discussing life after Mastectomy. ______ Deepbody.ca | Cosmetic Medicine Headlines offering the latest news in cosmetic medicine, plastic surgery, dermatology, dentistry, non-surgical procedures, anti-aging and enhancement products, implants, and new aesthetic procedures. We feature book reviews, health and beauty insider tips, new technological advancement in weight loss and fat reducing equipment, expert opinions and exclusive interviews with renowned medical professionals from North America, United Kingdom and Australia.
Views: 210 Deepbody.ca
Patricia Anstett, Author of "Breast Cancer Surgery and Reconstruction"
Author Patricia Anstett sits down to tell us a little bit about herself and her book "Breast Cancer Surgery and Reconstruction: What's Right for You"
Views: 55 KDN Videoworks
Advancements in Breast Reconstruction Techniques
"You hear the word cancer and everything just kind of stops,” explained Rose Ciardiello.
Views: 219 CT STYLE
Breast Reconstruction - How long do I have to wait after chemotherapy before reconstructive surgery?
For more information on DIEP Breast reconstruction please visit our website: http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/treatments_chest_breastreconstruction.html Mr Prashant Govilkar is a specialist reconstructive surgeon who specialises in complex reconstructive surgery such as hand reconstruction, body lift surgery and DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction. With a DIEP flap procedure, you have a breast reconstructed post mastectomy by transferring your own bodily tissue from your stomach area. The procedure is not very common so knowledge of it is rather scarce, so we have bought you an FAQ series with some of the most commonly asked questions we have received on it. This video contains information about the procedure, and when is a safe time to have it after chemotherapy. You can go straight to the contact form by clicking here: http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/contactus.html If you feel there is anything we have missed, or have a question of your own, feel free to get in touch and we will respond. If we receive the same question from multiple people we will also create more video responses. For more videos like this and other surgeries please subscribe to our channel. You can also find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Aurora.Clinics?fref=ts Or you can find us and ask us questions directly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuroraClinic For more information on DIEP breast reconstruction, or to book a consultation with any of our specialist plastic surgeons, please call us free on 0800 328 5743 or e-mail info@aurora-clinics.co.uk. To go to the cost page for DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction - click here: http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/breast-surgery/breast-reconstruction-cost.html zuffbloss
Views: 692 Aurora Clinics
Breast Cancer Survivor book
Survivor's of breast cancer share their stories in a book. KMTR tells the story of the woman behind the project. http://www.oregonimaging.com/race
The Ultimate Mastectomy Healing Kit
The Ultimate breast cancer mastectomy kit has: A Heal in Comfort Shirt A Lanyard A Pouch for Surgical Drains The Book "Off the Rack"
Views: 1864 beyondtheboobietrap
Breast Reconstruction Surgery - Sarah's Breast Cancer Journey
I have had reconstruction surgery for my two new breasts. The operation took 12 hours and was longer than expected It has taken a long time to recover and I have had considerable difficulty with my lungs collapsing and and blood clots. This is my breast cancer journey. It is day 800 to 810 after my mastectomy surgery to remove the cancer in my right breast. I am going to share my story from the beginning till the end as a series of blogs. I hope that by telling my story I will help other women understand what might lie ahead. I'm not living for the what ifs, I'm living for the what is!
Views: 1278 Sarah Collins
Cancer Survivor Unable To Have Breast Reconstructed Hand Knits Special Inserts
Barbara Demorest says she was flooded with fears after her breast cancer diagnosis. She needed a mastectomy on one breast and was devastated to learn she couldn't have reconstructive surgery because of complications. She says she searched for options for prosthetics, but many of them were too heavy. Her doctor recommended she look into something called Knitted Knockers. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
Views: 30418 Inside Edition
Dawns Breast Cancer Blog Part 3-B 9months after, more reconstruction
Describing what kind of additional reconstruction I will be having done on March 1, 2013, a little over nine months after my bi-lateral mastectomy with TRAM flap surgery.
Views: 1143 Dawn Camera
Beauty After Breast Cancer
Author Katelyn shares that losing her breasts to a mastectomy made her feel less feminine, less beautiful, less like herself. It was easier to find her beauty and sense of self again through a camera lens that was not colored by her fear, her grief, her self-consciousness. She created Beauty After Breast Cancer (BeautyAfterBreastCancer.com), a book that's a collection of portraits and stories of those who feel able to share their experiences of rediscovering themselves. This book is for those of us who have gone through a battle that threatened our lives and our sense of ourselves, giving a tremendous gift to those who will follow us. The gift of knowing how to hang on to yourself. Katelyn thought, what if among the many overwhelming materials you see at the time of a breast cancer diagnosis there was a simple book that inspired hope instead of fear, and showed beauty instead of disfigurement?  Beauty After Breast Cancer shows beautiful women of all ages who are showing different versions of mastectomies, lumpectomies, reconstruction, or not. They are just there on the table: proud, feminine, and unashamed. Her hope was to  create understanding, hope, and a better ability to talk about feelings and options without feeling alone or judged. The women in the book are all beautiful, and not at all lessened by their experiences.  Fortunately, we have the opportunity to talk to author Katelyn and the amazing photographer behind these photos, Joseph Linaschke. Our Medical Director +Jay Harness will be hosting the event. Join our event will air at 10:30 am PT/1:30 pm ET on Thursday January 8, 2015.  Say YES to the event invite to get access to the video for live viewing or watch it on demand.   If you are on a mobile device, please use this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0OoFqfXftY to access this live event. #BreastCancer #BeautyAfterBreastCancer
What to expect when you are first diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
Overwhelmed? What happens next? Watch my video to help you understand what happens the first few weeks after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Please subscribe to my blog, follow my page on FB & Instagram Twenty Two Layers, and Remember to like, subscribe and comment, it helps us get these videos out to more people. https://www.theibcnetwork.org/ https://www.amazon.com/Susan-Loves-Breast-Merloyd-Lawrence/dp/0738218219/ref=sr_1_2/130-5537544-3359253?ie=UTF8&qid=1517160741&sr=8-2&keywords=susan+love+breast+cancer+book
Views: 180 Twenty Two Layers
About Breast Reconstruction Surgery
Most who opt for breast reconstruction surgery are dealing with breast cancer or have dealt with it in the past. Those who are facing a mastectomy in the near future are often excellent candidates for reconstruction. Even if a mastectomy was performed some time ago, one might still be a good candidate. Download our latest e-book here → http://bit.ly/2p79U3K If you’re ready to schedule a consultation with Dr. Patterson, click here → http://bit.ly/2pfc0T9 If breast reconstruction surgery is something you’re considering, Dr. Patterson has the answers to some of the frequently asked questions in the video below.
Lori Lober on Healing with Stage IV HER 2 Positive Metastatic Breast Cancer.mov
At only 36 years of age, and one month before her younger brother passed away from cancer, Lori Lober started conventional chemotherapy treatments for Stage IV metastatic breast cancer. Now twelve years later, after years of Herceptin treatments, multiple surgeries and a double mastectomy, Lori remains 'alive and thriving!' Doctors gave Lori a two percent chance of living more than five years. Against the greatest odds, she dusted off the recesses of her spirit and broke through the shackles of one of the deadliest killers of women today. Her message rings clear to teach us that no matter what odds you are given, no matter what trials and tribulations are placed on your path, your indomitable spirit will pull you through. Lori tells us: "That's why I wanted to live, I wanted to prove that there are survivors of every type and every stage of cancer." Lori shares intimate details in this interview, as she goes on record to explain her choices with respect to breast reconstruction surgery after a double mastectomy. THANK YOU for WATCHING! Please LIKE and SHARE this incredible story and COMMENT below! We love to hear from you :) To CONNECT with Lori and her work, look below her movie for links to her website, social media pages and books: http://incrediblehealingjournals.com/lori-lober-on-healing-stage-iv-metastatic-breast-cancer-with-conventional-and-alternative-treatments/ For more great stories of how others heal from many 'dis-eases', go to http://incrediblehealingjournals.com. The Good Witch: For delicious recipes, essential resources, tips and healing information, and books 'The Cancer Journal Heal Yourself' and 'Cancer Cure and Survivor Stories', go to http://thegoodwitch.ca Until next time, Happy Healing! Lisa Robbins, BScHN, RHN, CTT The Cancer Journal Heal Yourself Cancer Cure and Survivor Stories
Views: 15153 Lisa Robbins
Some Things to Consider About Breast Reconstruction After Cancer Surgery
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Patients of Courage | Suzanne Zaccone
Suzanne Zaccone of Hinsdale, Ill., underwent a mastectomy and radiation as well as a delayed right breast reconstruction with a stacked DIEP/SIEA flap. Three weeks after returning home from the hospital, Suzanne began to blog about her experience, sharing her story with a growing number of followers who began to rely on Suzanne’s informative posts and count on her cheery disposition. Suzanne eventually turned her posts into a book, “A Random Interruption: Surviving Breast Cancer with Laughter, Vodka, Smoothies and an Attitude,” which she self-published in 2009. Suzanne donated the book’s proceeds to The University of Chicago Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, where she and her foundation has established the Zaccone Family Microsurgery Fellowship. Suzanne has given more than $600,000 to support the training of six fellows in advanced techniques in reconstructive microsurgery. The Zaccone Family Microsurgery Fellows are now practicing around the United States and the world, including South Dakota, North Carolina, Illinois, Rhode Island, Israel and Spain. Suzanne is now working on the second edition of her book and continues to be a steadfast advocate for women who have concerns over breast surgery and reconstruction. Recently, Suzanne was diagnosed with cancer in her left breast. True to form, she beat the disease with her usual aplomb and positive attitude. She is a portrait of generosity, positivity and courage.
Fran Capo talks to Dr. Mark Silberman about Breast Cancer Reconstruction
Fran Capo, the Guinness book of world records fastest talking female has dealt with Family Cancer. Her mom and dad died of cancer, and her sister, Sharon had breast cancer and choose to do reconstructive surgery with Dr. Mark Silberman of the Plastic Surgery Group located in Great Neck. Learn about the procedure and the choices you can make if you are ever faced with this challenge. Dr. Mark Silberman phone number (516)466-7000.
Views: 1185 Fran Capo
Study: Half of Patients Make Poor Decisions About Breast Reconstruction
A new study led by Dr. Clara Lee, plastic surgeon at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Institute, found that a surprising number of mastectomy patients are uninformed about their reconstruction choices
Perfect Scars - breast cancer scars video
The Perfect Scars book explores the emotional and physical impact of breast cancer. This video offers an introduction to the books authors and selection of women, who took part in the project. Revealing their personal stories of hardship and inspiration, we hope the book will offer comfort to others faced with breast cancer surgery. The book will be available in May 2012. Please check out our website at www.perfectscars.com for more information.
Views: 24250 PerfectScarsGroup
Tattoos Help Breast Cancer Survivors Reclaim Their Lives After Mastectomy
Please note: this video has emotional and graphic content. While our intention is to tell a beautiful story, the content - showing mastectomy scars and reconstructed breasts - can make some uncomfortable. For some breast cancer survivors, losing their breasts was the only option. For a woman, that is a devastating loss. One tattoo artist is on a mission to help them turn their grief into confidence and hope through beautiful tattoos. P.ink was founded with a simple mission, to provide another option for women who had lost their breasts to breast cancer. Noel Franus founded the organization after his sister in law suffered from the disease and asked a tattoo artist to help her afterwards, instead of a plastic surgeon. P.ink was created to supply women who had mastectomy’s with other options by covering their chest with beautiful art. They are to serve as reminders that they are survivors, warriors and to never give up. Now, after bringing 50+ mastectomy tattoos to life, the organization continues to expand across North America for survivors everywhere. They currently work with a small network of 10 pre-screened artists across North America. Through donations survivors can book time with the artists to transform their wounds into warrior marks! "Breast cancer doesn't have to leave the last mark." Join us in spreading good news. Follow us on hooplaha.com. HooplaHa is Only Good News. We believe that positivity can change lives and strive to be the voice of humanity that recognizes people are good & doing good things for mankind. We shine a light on individuals and organizations involved in this movement. Help us celebrate people filled with kindness, those overcoming adversity with grace & inspiration, and the good in life.  Visit Us At http://www.hooplaha.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hooplaha Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hooplaha
Breast cancer & me a healing journey
Our Foundation seeks to help women with breast cancer to live and thrive not just survive by connecting them, as well as the loved ones and medical teams who support them, with the experiences of other people who have faced the disease. In I Have Breast CancerNow What, published in France in 2007, 39 breast cancer survivors tell the stories of their diagnosis, surgical choices, and life after treatment in words and photographs. Top breast cancer surgeon, Dr. Pascal Bonnier, conceived the book to help patients and their loved ones better understand surgery options and decisions to undergo or forego reconstruction. With 39 womens honesty and courage and the talent and sensitivity of prize-winning photographer Florian Launette, I Have Breast CancerNow What is not only is a clear portrayal of currently available surgical and reconstructive options, but also an artistic work with tremendous emotional power. The books woman-to-woman and family-to-family testimonies aid people facing the disease in feeling less alone and more in control of medical decisions, as well as gaining strength for the healing journey of the rest of their lives. From 2007 to 2009 the books photos comprised ten photo exhibits in France, Belgium, and Switzerland and garnered tremendous media attention. The French Health Minister commissioned an exhibit at the Ministrys headquarters in Paris including 20 x 60 feet enlargements on the exterior walls, and the eight female Cabinet Ministers attended the opening along with the women of the book. Similar huge enlargements covered the walls of the European Parliament in Brussels in October 2008. More than 100 news stories appeared on television and radio and in numerous magazines and newspapers. The photo exhibits and media accounts exposed hundreds of thousands of people to myriad dimensions of the public health and personal challenges that breast cancer entails: the importance of early diagnosis and effective treatment; the epidemic nature of the number of families it touches; the invisibility, isolation, and enforced silence that survivors often feel; the discrimination that many face; how common media images of beauty and sexuality compound the trauma of those diagnosed with the disease; the life long challenges that do not end with surgery and immediate treatment.
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5 People Who Faked Cancer For Cash - Top List
5 People Who Faked Cancer For Cash ● Subscribe - http://bit.ly/MyTopList You May Also Like ●6 Weirdest Things Done By Dictators 😱 https://goo.gl/DcSB5a ●6 People with Unique Skin Color 👌 https://goo.gl/O0IvoY ●6 Nurses Who Abused Their Patients https://goo.gl/AqpPXa ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------------------------- ●All images and clips were fairly used during the making of this video for educational purposes. We do not mean to victimize anybody emotionally. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------------------------- ● Music: Monkeys Spinning Monkeys Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------------------------- Legal Information Credit & Source - http://www.oddee.com/item_98193.aspx http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/cancer-conwoman-belle-gibson-faces-1m-fines-over-fundraising-scam-20160428-goh3r2.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belle_Gibson ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------------------------- ● FIND US ON THE WEB - YouTube - https://goo.gl/UrdxEc Twitter - http://goo.gl/H96w8K Google+ - https://goo.gl/33UYbF Facebook - http://goo.gl/jmnjMx Minds - http://goo.gl/hlpmOi ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------------------------- ● List Include - 5. Jamie Lynn Toler It's astonishing how far someone would go to get a boob job. Jamie Lynn Toler, of Phoenix, AZ, allegedly lied to everyone in her life in order to purchase a boob job. Toler is accused of telling her former employer, her mother, and her grandparents, that she had breast cancer and needed a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction. Toler claimed she could not afford these life-saving surgeries because she had no health insurance. Thanks to the generosity of her friends and family, Toler, who organized fundraisers for her mission, raised over $8,000. Unfortunately, when police investigated the case, they found that Toler never had cancer and had used all of the $8,000 to pay a plastic surgeon for breast implants. Toler paid the surgeon in cash. 4. Angie Gomez Angie Gomez, a Texas high school student, faces a felony charge after being accused of pretending to have leukemia. Gomez also set up a fake charity called the "Achieve the Dream Foundation" to collect donations for her fictitious cancer treatments. Gomez raised more than $17,000 from her classmates and other community members. Eventually, police received a tip that Gomez did not seem sick, and the subsequent investigation proved that she was not a patient at any of the hospitals where she claimed to be receiving treatment. Gomez's attorney claims that the teenager started the charity for altruistic reasons and planned to donate the money to cancer research. 3. Leron Magilner Delaware resident Leron Magilner, 34, allegedly scammed his friends, co-workers and other community members out of thousands of dollars by claiming he had terminal pancreatic cancer. A co-worker of Magilner organized two charity events to help their friend, bringing in around $11,000. 2. Ashley Kirilow After having a benign lump removed from her breast in 2008, Toronto woman, Ashley Kirilow, devised an elaborate scheme to make money by faking a cancer diagnosis. Kirilow apparently removed all the hair on her head and face, started a charity called "Change for the Cure," and collected over $20,000 in donations. 1. Luker Couple Sonja Luker, and her husband, Gerald Luker, solicited donations from family, friends, co-workers and church members from 2004 to 2010. Together they raised about $19,000, most of which came from their closest friends and neighbors. Luker, who never actually had cancer, reportedly used $14,000 to salvage their home from foreclosure in 2009 and used another $4,000 to buy a Harley Davidson motorcycle for her husband. Belle Gibson Belle Gibson, the wellness blogger faked brain cancer to her hundreds of thousands of followers, In early March 2015, after media reporting identified Belle Gibson's a Melbourne-based food blogger apparently fraudulent claims of charity fundraising and donation-making, further media investigation soon revealed that Gibson had also apparently fabricated her stories of cancer, and lied about her age as well as other details of her personal life and history and fooled multinational companies including Apple and Penguin.
Views: 4135 Top List
How Breast Reconstruction Helps Women with Breast Cancer
Dr. Lawrence Iteld, MD, chief of Plastic Surgery at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, explains breast reconstruction surgery and the benefits for women who are going through breast cancer treatment.
Views: 826 AdvocateHealthCare
Three secrets about the book
Learn three secrets from my new book RECONSTRUCTION: Defying cancer and building a more purposeful life.
Views: 23 Melissa Weaver
What Is The Cost Of A Mastectomy?
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Dr. Christine Horner: Preventing Breast Cancer Now - Best Tips
Christine Horner, M.D., FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author and professional speaker. She holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice because she successfully ran a national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Her five-year crusade with the Breast Reconstruction Advocacy Project (BRA Project) led to the passage of a federal law that was signed by President Bill Clinton on October 21, 1998. The law was unprecedented because it was the first law Congress had ever passed requiring insurance companies to pay for a specific surgical procedure. Dr. Horner is the award-winning author of, "Waking The Warrior Goddess: Dr. Christine Horner's Program to Protect Against and Fight Breast Cancer," (3rd Edition/Oct. 2013/Basic Health) and is one of the country's leading authorities on breast cancer prevention. Learn more online at: www.drchristinehorner.com - www.facebook.com/drchristinehorner and follow: @DrHornerMD
Views: 2301 PitchPublicity
Muscle pain post mastectomy & reconstruction? Try Active Release Technique!
Read & watch more at http://www.nalie.ca/blog Knowing that I had undergone a full mastectomy and reconstruction, she asked, “Do you feel a bit restricted since your breast surgery or have you developed back or neck pain as a result from it?” I took a moment to think and suddenly realized…oh wow, I do!!! Read & watch more at http://www.nalie.ca/blog
Views: 3329 Nalie Agustin
Swelling of hand after  breast cancer surgery (Gujarati)
Helpful tip for swelling of hand in breast cancer(Gujarati) Magnify Healthcare Ltd. Near President Hotel.Off C G Road. Navrangpura.Ahmedabad.380009. Phone- 07940056764, 9824036764,9377736764.9227709459.
Views: 238 Himanshu Vyas
Angelina Jolie | CANCER | Female Mutilation
We offer Lifestyle Coaching and a 30 Day Transformation Challenge: http://movemeyoga.com.au/lifestyle-coaching/ Should women have surgery to prevent cancer? Angelina Jolie’s article http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/24/opinion/angelina-jolie-pitt-diary-of-a-surgery.html?_r=0 Forks Over Knives documentary http://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/forks_over_knives_2011/ http://www.forksoverknives.com/ Dr Greger’s wonderful website – vegan health education http://nutritionfacts.org/ Dr Greger’s video “Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30gEiweaAVQ Dr Greger’s video on breast cancer http://nutritionfacts.org/video/brca-breast-cancer-genes-and-soy/ Dr Greger’s video on Acne, Cancer and Dairy connection http://nutritionfacts.org/video/acne-cancer-connection/ For the 5% of women with mutations of BRCA 1 and/or 2 genes please watch: Dr. Dean Ornish: Your genes are not your fate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_VdcDJAlWQ Mom Aunt BOTH Sibs Breast Cancer-No Mastectomies for Me, Angelina Jolie! Vegan Diet Works! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kgnA1yVcIY If you enjoy this video http://youtu.be/S0F2JLm4bpI please press the ‘LIKE’ button and ‘SHARE’ it with your social media networks. And if you would like to see more videos, please: SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MoveMeYoga FOLLOW us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/moveme_yogafoodlife/ LIKE us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoveMeYoga FOLLOW us on g+: https://plus.google.com/+MovemeyogaAu More about us… Health, Fitness, Veganism, RawTill4, Minimalism, Passionate Living, Travel, Yoga, Food, Inspiration! Sometimes it takes a little something special to motivate people, to inspire them ... to Move them. That's where we come in! Our passion is helping people, and our aim is to inspire and guide your journey through yoga, food and life. We ignite that spark inside you that says "Yes, go for it!" We aim to move you on many levels and broaden your perspective -- open your mind and heart to amazing possibilities and see you thrive. Move Me is about healthy, conscious and compassionate living. We offer yoga classes, yoga retreats, workplace yoga, Reiki, lifestyle coaching, workshops, events, fitness and food. We can also speak at your event, workplace or even visit your kitchen at home. And if there's something we haven't listed that you want, let us know! As former corporate office workers turned Yogis, we've journeyed through a myriad of experiences and want to share this with others.
Views: 6814 That Vegan Couple
Stem cell breakthrough in breast reconstruction
Scientists are working on using stem cells to help women grow new breasts after undergoing mastectomies. Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Erica Hill on a possible breakthrough in breast cancer reconstruction surgery that may be on the horizon.
Views: 359 CBS News
There is Life After Breast Cancer
ATTIE DE VRIES SHARES HER AMAZING TESTIMONY OF HOW SHE FACED AND OVERCAME BREAST CANCER-THE "BIG C": • LIFE ABUNDANTLY—in the midst of despair, God provided His peace. • LIFE EVERLASTING—in her season of the "big C," there was a more powerful revelation of eternal life in Christ. • LIFE TRIUMPHANT—after defeating breast cancer, God's healing triumphs. Read this powerful account of one woman's miracle, and discover the God of miracles, who is bigger than any disease you could possibly face! A book written by --- Attie De Vries Order a book at WWW.Attiedevries.com
Views: 396 WonderenVandaag
Chandra Body Painted after Breast Cancer Reconstruction:Hear her remarkable story!
Dr. Dean Kane, a Baltimore Maryland Plastic Surgeon and his wife, Lauri Kane held an event celebrating the beauty and life of 7 of his Baltimore Patients all of whom had breast enhancements, breast lifts with breast implant augmentation and breast reconstruction surgery. The event: Painted Ladies: Celebrating Life evolved into a book in which a portion of the proceeds benefit Susan G.Komen Race for the Cure. www.drdeankane.com
Views: 1444 Lauri Kane
DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction - What are the common complications?
For more information on DIEP Breast reconstruction please visit the specific page on our website: http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/treatments_chest_breastreconstruction.html DIEP breast reconstruction is a long and complex procedure, which rebuilds the breast after a mastectomy using your own body tissue, usually from your tummy area. There are positives and negatives to this and Mr Prashant Govilkar will cover these throughout this FAQ series, along with any other questions we receive that are asked frequently. Mr Govilkar discusses the common complications with a surgery like this. As this procedure is far more complex and longer than more common plastic surgeries, there can be more complications that arise frequently so Mr Govilkar talks about these and also his success rate of the procedure. For more videos like this and surgeries please subscribe to the channel. You can also find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Aurora.Clinics?fref=ts Or you can find us and ask us questions directly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuroraClinic For more information on DIEP breast reconstruction or to simply visit our website and look around go to www.aurora-clinics.co.uk To book a FREE consultation with any of our specialist plastic surgeons, please call us free on 0800 328 5743 or e-mail info@aurora-clinics.co.uk. zuffbloss
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Breast Implant Removal Surgery without Implant Replacement - Aurora Clinics
http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/breas... Breast implant removal surgery performed by Mr. Adrian Richards of Aurora clinics, without replacing the old breast implant with a new one. The patient decided to have her implants removed and not have them replaced with new ones, as she had sufficient breast tissue to still keep volume in the breasts. For more information, or should you wish to book a consultation with our specialist breast surgeon, please call us on 01844 214362. Transcript: This is our patient today who has decided to have her implants removed. They weren't inserted by me. They've got a moderate capsule around them, just a little bit firm, but not too bad. They actually look quite good. But she's just decided, she's got quite a lot of breast tissue, natural breast tissue herself, a well-healed scar. But she's just really decided that they don't really fit with her physique. She's very a fit and healthy runner, and just would like them removed. So today we're just going to remove them for her, and I'll be taking you through the operation with the help of Janette who's a scrub nurse. Hi Janette. We've got the team over there to help me with it, ODA, and Dr. Kara [SP] who's our very intelligent anaesthetist. So what I'm going to do, because the scar is quite wide, I'm actually going to remove the scar here. So you cut either side of it. But if you just make an incision in the scar, it will be wider. So the idea is just to remove it like this. So cut through until you see the fat, which you don't want to cut into the implant though, that would be a mistake. So just cut through. And then, just hold up there Janette, just hold up there. I don't know whether you can see this. The white layer above the yellow layer is the dermis, the scar tissue. So I'm just removing all of that there. You've got to be careful on very thin people not to go right down into the implant. I won't do that. I don't think I've ever done that, and I never really would want to. That's just the old scar taken away. Now see I'm back to fresh skin there and there. So when I sew it up, I have a nice thin scar because I've got rid of the old scar. With the cutting diathermy, this is a hot diathermy. It will cut through the tissue, but it won't cut the implant because the melting point of the silicone shell is . . . what is it Dave, the melting point of silicone? Very, very . . . although you cut through the tissue, it will not cut the implant at all. It won't damage the implant, whereas a knife, if I was doing it with a scalpel, would damage the implant. As I go down here, I'm cutting through, and you just see the implant just coming into view there. At this stage, you never know whether the implant is ruptured or intact. But I'm lucky in this case, thanks Janette, I can see that it's intact. We've got intact textured implant there. A little bit of gel bleed there. I'm just going to take the implant out. We'll see what we've got. We never know what we've got. It's intact. We have got a CUI, which is an Allergan implant. We have 300 grams, yes 300 grams. I don't know if you can see this. There was gel bleed. Can you see the silicone on the outside? It sort of feels slimy. But the implant's intact, and there are no ripples, but you have got some gel bleed. So what I'm going to do now is wash everything out, clean everything out, and then sew the area up. This is the end of the operation. You can see the scar there. I've sewn it up with absorbable stitches. You can see the end of the stitch there, which I'm going to just pull out. So I've taken off the old scar, and then both fresh edges are sewn together so we're going to get a much better scar hopefully. I just like to thank Dave, Chris, and Janette, Adele, and Aggie for help in making the video.
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DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction - What sort of scarring should I expect?
For more information on DIEP Breast reconstruction please visit our website: http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/treatments_chest_breastreconstruction.html DIEP breast reconstruction is a long and complex procedure, which rebuilds the breast after a mastectomy using your own body tissue, usually from your tummy area. This means the procedure combines with a tummy tuck, so scarring will have to be taken into consideration. There are positives and negatives to this and Mr Prashant Govilkar will cover these throughout this FAQ series, along with any other questions we receive that are asked frequently. Mr Govilkar discusses the procedure, and the scarring you will have post surgery. With the reconstruction of a breast, and a tummy tuck procedure there will be some considerable scarring to contend with, but with our specialist reconstructive surgeons these scars will be as small as possible giving you the best possible results following your procedure. You can also find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Aurora.Clinics?fref=ts Or you can find us and ask us questions directly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuroraClinic For more information on DIEP breast reconstruction, or to book a consultation with any of our specialist plastic surgeons, please call us free on 0800 328 5743 or e-mail info@aurora-clinics.co.uk. zuffbloss
Views: 1247 Aurora Clinics
Controlling the Uncontrollable - Prophylactic Double Mastectomy - Prep, prep, prep
Links that have helped me: MD Anderson - http://www.mdanderson.org/patient-and-cancer-information/cancer-information/cancer-topics/cancer-treatment/surgery/breast-reconstruction/implants.html LL's Itty Bitty BRCA Blog: Master Prep List - http://brca1results.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/things-to-prepare-master-list-for-prophylactic-bilateral-nipple-sparing-mastectomy/ FORCE Mastectomy Checklist - http://www.facingourrisk.org/support/documents/MastectomyChecklist.pdf FORCE Previvors - http://www.facingourrisk.org/FORCE_community/previvors.php FORCE Young Previvors Forum - http://www.facingourrisk.org/messageboard/viewforum.php?f=310 FORCE Forum Post - The Holy Grail of lists http://www.facingourrisk.org/messageboard/search.php?fid[]=3 COSMO - "I Had Angelina's Preventative Mastectomy—and a 'Goodbye to My Boobs' Party" http://www.cosmopolitan.com/celebrity/exclusive/farewell-to-breasts-party KevinMD.com - The grief men face when their wives undergo mastectomies http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2010/07/grief-men-face-wives-undergo-mastectomies.html Prajnaja Blog: Post-Mastectomy Advice: A Patient's Perspective - http://prajnaja.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/post-mastectomy-advice-a-patients-perspective/ Embracing Mastectomy - http://embracingmastectomy.com/ Article: Nipple Banking Favored by Some Mastectomy Patients - http://www.medpagetoday.com/MeetingCoverage/SMSNA/34446 Courage is my Strength: Breast Cancer, Mastectomy, & Reconstruction | What I Didn't Know - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SRyxff8_eQ Previving and Thriving Blog: The Surgery - http://previvingandthriving.com/mastectomy-must-haves/, http://previvingandthriving.com/the-surgery/ A Lesson in Drains - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_4R3kpiuAU Books I mentioned: The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook : Issues and Answers from Research to Recovery, Kathy Steligo Previvors : Facing the Breast Cancer Gene and Making Life-Changing Decisions, Diana Roth Port Now what? A Patient's Guide to Recovery After Mastectomy, Amy Curran Baker
Views: 908 Maria Faulkner
Left Modified Radical mastectomy I Breast Diseases & Cancer Care - Patient Testimonial
Patient Name: Ms. Shahnaz (Name changed for patient's privacy) Complaint: Lump in left breast Diagnosis: Left breast carcinoma Procedure: Left modified radical mastectomy Department: Breast Diseases & Onco Surgery Treating Doctor: Dr. Rohan Khandelwal (Breast Diseases & Cancer Care Specialist, Surgical Oncologist) Click the link to book an appointment https://goo.gl/1pvQcM
Victoria Derbyshire’s breast cancer video diary: The mastectomy - BBC News
Victoria Derbyshire has been keeping a video diary following her treatment for breast cancer. She had a mastectomy on the 24th September and wanted to record her thoughts after surgery to try to help de-mystify some of the treatment for breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK - 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with it. Everyone's experience of a cancer diagnosis is different - for Victoria her approach - and progress so far - has been really positive and pragmatic. She's being treated at Ashford & St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey. We consulted both Breast Cancer Care and MacMillan about the video. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
Views: 60488 BBC News
Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors Part Two - PROFESSIONAL/PATIENT
Based on the book "Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors," Harvard Common Press, 2000, Andrea Leonard takes you step-by step through a progression of recovery exercises. The program is designed to address the concerns of breast surgery and reconstruction. Exercises include range of motion, flexibility, core stability, and strength training. Make sure to get permission from your doctor prior to beginning this or any other exercise program.
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Breast cancer survivor faces bullying after Melania Makeover
Plastic Surgery to Look Like Melania Trump? Find out Why Claudia Chose to do so! HOUSTON – For Claudia Sierra, years of bullying and teasing about her looks took a toll on the mother of two. “Being bullied for my skin color, my nose, my heritage, my hair, my everything, and I would make fun of my own self with these kids that would make fun of me, and I brought it up all the way to an adult,” Sierra said. Sierra said the bullying even carried over into romantic relationships. “It was natural for me to be abused in relationships,” she said. “And then it went a step further, where the mental and the abuse words were not working, so this particular person thought, well, let me toss her around. I had a bar stool smashed on my head. I mean, on my nose, and it popped.” A survivor of domestic violence, Sierra also beat breast cancer. Even after celebrating those victories, she continued to endure criticism about her appearance. One conversation in particular made her decide she was ready change the way she looked. “I went on a date, and this man asked for my driver’s license to confirm my age, and I said, ‘I’m 41,’ and I was so excited about it,” Sierra said. “I had just finished having breast cancer, did the radiation. It was one of my first dates. I was super-excited. He looked at (my ID) and said, ‘You look a lot older than that.’” She went to Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose for consultation. “I said, ‘Dr. Rose, I want you to change everything that has mentally hurt me. And I don’t want to feel or look at that person anymore,’” Sierra said. “When you have cancer, there’s a lot of sleep that is lost. And I felt a little weak, and I didn’t look rested, so we pulled my cheeks back. We did kind of like a semi-facelift right here.” Dr. Rose removed a bump in her nose, gave her breast implants, a tummy tuck and sculpted her abs. “I feel like a woman again,” Sierra said. Sierra said the entire makeover was inspired by a famous first lady: Melania Trump. Sierra’s surgeries were chronicled by television show Inside Edition and made headlines in the New York Daily News, turning her story into a media sensation and creating a backlash. “I said I was inspired by her. I never said I wanted to look exactly like her,” Sierra said. “Melania Trump is Melania Trump, and Claudia Sierra is Claudia Sierra.” Once people got wind of the story, Sierra said the bullying started again – this time on social media. “Every night, at 3 or 4 in the morning, for some reason I wake up and I’ve got Google alerts, and I’ve got messages from random friends, and they’re like, ‘Gosh, can you believe what they’re saying? Can you believe, can you believe? Claudia, you’re just getting bashed. Did you see this picture they put out on you?'” When asked what she wants people to really know about her, Sierra’s response was simple. “I feel so good, and I’m so healthy, and I wish the people that are judging me and insulting me would say, ‘You know what, if I could, I would.’ Let me enjoy it. Let me have this moment,” she said. Sierra said although hurtful, the entire ordeal has made her stronger. She said she now plans to write a book on bullying and use it to encourage children and adults who have been bullied, as well as help women who have been the victims of domestic abuse. See more on Dr. Franklin Rose's blog https://drfranklinrosemd.com/melania-trump-plastic-surgery-2/
A link between plastic surgery and cancer?
Dr. Jen Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a link between certain types of breast implants and cancer.
Angelina Jolie Reveals Breast Removal Surgery
Angelina Jolie talks about her voluntary breast removal surgery to prevent breast cancer. The mastectomy was kept secret by her and husband Brad Pitt. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/RDwlvz Watch More of Our Shows! Game Of Thrones Season 3: http://bit.ly/Voaidd Oscars 2013 Videos: http://bit.ly/VIDLNR Spoiler Alert! Season 2: http://bit.ly/PaZFbz Idology Season 2: http://bit.ly/X3VBZd Movie News: http://bit.ly/X85OXp TV News: http://bit.ly/Xp7Sgw :: FOLLOW US! :: Like Us On Facebook! http://on.fb.me/PBFkH1 Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/entvnews Follow us on Google+! http://bit.ly/YKBcu9 Follow us on Tumblr! http://entvnews.tumblr.com/ THANKS FOR WATCHING!!
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Jacksonville Breast Reconstruction - Plastic Surgery
http:www.jacksonvillebreastreconstruction.com Discusses the role of a plastic surgeon in your breast cancer team in planning breast reconstruction. Breast reconstruction can be performed either in a immediate or delayed setting depending on your particular circumstances and desires. Breast reconstruction is performed with either implants or your own tissue.
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Breast cancer survivors show their scars
Photographs showing people who have had treatment for breast cancer are being used in a new awareness campaign backed by the designer Stella McCartney. Matt Barbet speaks to photographer Laura Dodsworth who took the pictures for her book 'Bare Reality'.
Views: 709 5 News
Paula's Breast Reconstruction Testimonial
One of our patients wanted to share a testimonial on how she is happy she discovered The Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act, or WHCRA, which is a federal law that was passed in 1998 in order to provide certain protections and coverage to patients who choose to have breast reconstruction surgery following a mastectomy. The Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act requires all group health plans that cover mastectomies to also provide coverage for reconstructive surgery as well as other post-mastectomy benefits. The WHCRA covers women who undergo a mastectomy for any medical reason, not just to treat breast cancer. Read more at the link here: https://www.dol.gov/agencies/ebsa/about-ebsa/our-activities/resource-center/fact-sheets/whcra
FCL Thursday September 28th: Breast Cancer Reconstruction Options
Breast Cancer Reconstruction Options
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Dr. Christine Horner Discusses 4 Health Improvements for Women 40+
Christine Horner, M.D., FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author and professional speaker and holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice because she successfully ran a national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Her five-year crusade with the Breast Reconstruction Advocacy Project (BRA Project) led to the passage of an unprecedented federal law that was signed by President Bill Clinton in 1998, requiring insurance companies to pay for this specific surgical procedure. Horner is the award-winning author of, “Waking The Warrior Goddess: Dr. Christine Horner's Program to Protect Against and Fight Breast Cancer,” (3rd Edition) and her new book, “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty,” (Elgea Publishing, 2016). For more on Dr. Christine Horner and award-winning book, “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty,” go to: www.amazon.com or: www.drchristinehorner.com Stay connected @DRHornerMD and www.facebook.com/drchristinehorner
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