Nipple Sparing Mastectomy is Oncologically Safe

June 29th, 2015 @

A new study determines that nipple sparing mastectomies are oncologically safe.  A nipple sparing mastectomy is not only technically more challenging than a standard skin sparing mastectomy but must also be oncologically safe.  In other words the surgical oncologist must address two concerns when performing a nipple sparing mastectomy:  the first is to ensure the residual glandular … Read More »

Safe Way to Reduce the Rate Skin Cancer

June 20th, 2015 @

How many of you are tired of hearing about how to prevent cancer?  These pseudo scientific studies or studies that “don’t fit into the box of standard of care” make ridiculous claims day in and day out of what we should eat, what we shouldn’t eat, toxicity levels and on and on … all in … Read More »