Articles for Tag: "Dr. Barry Rosen"

How breast cancer surgery can be virtually scarless 
How breast cancer surgery can be virtually scarless
A specialized surgeon uses a technique that removes breast cancer yet preserves the breast and nipple – without prominent scaring.
When exercise is the best medicine 
When exercise is the best medicine
For this breast cancer survivor, a 112-mile bike ride, 26.2-mile run and 2.4-mile swim – all in one day – demonstrate the power of perseverance.
The less common symptoms of breast cancer 
The less common symptoms of breast cancer
Most women know to look for lumps, but what about other less common indicators that something is wrong.
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer 
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer
Three physicians collaborated to help a mom get back to her active lifestyle just days after surgery.
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer 
A three-in-one surgery for breast cancer
The collaboration of three physicians allowed a mom to get back to her active lifestyle just days after surgery. Read her story.
Sherri’s story: Keeping the faith despite setbacks 
Sherri’s story: Keeping the faith despite setbacks
Her doctor’s attentiveness helped find the cancer. See how she’s living life as a survivor.
Early detection saves mother of triplets  Featured
Early detection saves mother of triplets
Amy Suyko’s family history pushed her to make the tough decision to undergo a double mastectomy.