Methods of breast reconstruction after cancer

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More women are diagnosed and treated for breast cancer today than at any time in the past. New technologies in the treatment of breast cancer and breast reconstruction are changing morbidity and mortality realities for women diagnosed with breast cancer. This article reviews information on own experience in different methods of breast reconstruction after cancer.

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Elena Mikhaylovna Bit-Sava

I. P. Pavlov State Medical University

Email: bit-sava@mail.ru
MD, PhD, Associate Professor. Department of Oncology with a Course of Radiation Diagnostics

Margarita Borisovna Belogurova

Pediatric Oncology and Hematology City Clinical Hospital N 31

Email: deton.hospital31@inbox.ru
MD, PhD, Professor. Department of Oncology with a Course of Radiation Diagnostics

Ruslan Merzaliyevich Akhmedov

I. P. Pavlov State Medical University

Email: Little-doctor1989@yandex.ru
intern doctor. Department of Oncology with a Course of Radiation Diagnostics

Mariya Aleksandrovna Monogarova

I. P. Pavlov State Medical University

Email: monomarishka@mail.ru
intern doctor, Department of Surgery

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