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Facing Breast Cancer

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Humor and Healing

Research shows the link between humor and healing, and how a good laugh can help your body create cancer-fighting cells.

Play Now | Listen to Lillie’s story
Read “Shockney Therapy” | Learn more about Lillie
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Treatment Options for Breast Cancer

Dr. Lisa K. Jacobs, Johns Hopkins Breast Surgeon and Director of the HCGH Breast Center describes what a patient can expect after a breast lump or abnormality is discovered.

Play Now | Breast cancer treatments and services
Reconstructive breast surgery | Breast cancer surgery options
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Advice for Newly Diagnosed Patients

How Hopkins helps the newly diagnosed—thanks to advances in treatment, 85% of them will be survivors.

Play Now | Breast cancer books by Lillie Shockney
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I’ve Been There

As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Lillie Shockney shares her personal experience battling the disease.

Play Now | Our breast cancer survivor nurses and volunteers
Learn about breast cancer recurrence
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Lumpectomy, Mastectomy and Reconstruction after Breast Cancer

Dr. Lisa K. Jacobs, Johns Hopkins Breast Surgeon and Director of the HCGH Breast Center, explains some of the treatment options for breast cancer including lumpectomy, mastectomy and breast reconstruction.

Play Now | Breast cancer treatments and services
Reconstructive breast surgery | Breast cancer surgery options
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Mastectomy Surgery

At Johns Hopkins, the skin sparing mastectomy is the most common type of mastectomy surgery. This animation demonstrates the advanced surgical procedure that preserves the skin during the removal of the breast, allowing for a better reconstruction result.

Play Now | Breast cancer treatments and services
Reconstructive breast surgery | Breast cancer surgery options
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Mastectomy Surgery and Your Self Image

Lillie talks about her own breast cancer diagnosis and how mastectomy affected her self-image.

Play Now | Breast cancer treatments and services
Reconstructive breast surgery | Breast cancer surgery options
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Age and Lifestyle

Prevention starts early. Take control of your breast health by maintaining a healthy lifestyle at every age.

Play Now | Upcoming Johns Hopkins Breast Center events
Breast cancer screening
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Who should get genetic testing?

Recommended criteria for who should be tested and which issues you should consider beforehand.

Play Now | BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutations
Genetic testing services | Our genetic counseling and testing team
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Know Your Options for Breast Reconstruction

Most women treated for breast cancer are eligible for breast reconstruction. Learn about your many options.

Play Now | Breast reconstruction options | Reconstructive breast surgery
Our breast plastic and reconstructive surgeons
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Why I Do What I Do

Lillie believes she was destined to help women with breast cancer. Hear about one patient who helped inspire her.

Play Now | Listen to Lillie’s story | Read “Shockney Therapy”
Learn more about Lillie | Explore her books about breast cancer
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Inherited Breast Cancer Concerns

Dr. Kala Visvanathan discusses cancer as a family disease, who may be a good candidate for genetic testing, how testing is done, and what individuals need to know if they test positive for a genetic mutation.

Play Now | Breast & Ovarian Surveillance Service | Genetic testing FAQs

 

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