Simultaneous reconstruction

Staged reconstruction

Delayed Reconstruction

Prosthetic Options

Autologous Microvascular Free Flap Options

This surgery combines the latest plastic surgery techniques with a lumpectomy. When a large lumpectomy is required (which will leave the breast distorted), the remaining tissue can be sculpted to restore natural appearance to the breast. The opposing breast will also be reduced to create symmetry. Surgery is completed prior to radiation and does not pose the risks associated with wound healing. Tissue surrounding the tumor is carefully analyzed for the presence of cancer—once when the surgical oncologist removes the tumor, and again when the plastic surgeon operates. Breasts are symmetrical. In the case of a breast reduction, if symptoms of large breasts were a problem before, these symptoms can be alleviated.

Neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy

Adjuvant hormone therapy

Targeted therapies

Partial Breast Irradiation (PBI)

Accelerated radiation

Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be a devastating experience. Though some people don‘t openly express how they feel, it is impossible not to be upset when told you have breast cancer. Those who love you are distressed too. ROCSI ensures that you have on-hand access to professionals who can guide, support, and help you and your family. Support Services offered at ROCSI include: • Psychological Support • Gynecology • Aesthetics • Survivorship • Patient Navigation & Breast Care Nurse • Physio & Lymphoedema
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