New approach to robotic mastectomy can preserve full breast and nipple sensation

When I was a child, my grandma was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a radical mastectomy at 55, which back then meant removing all her muscle, skin, and breast tissue—a disfiguring surgery that resulted in lingering pain, swelling, and complete loss of sensation in her chest.

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