Kelly’s Treatment

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Kelly is a 47 year-old woman married and a mother to a son and daughter. She’s a fighter who did not let her breast cancer diagnosis define her. She talks almost comically about her meetings with her plastic surgeon to discuss breast reconstruction and the decisions she made prior to having a bi-lateral mastectomy. Kelly fondly speaks of the support that came from her close circle of friends and how important it was for them not only to support them, but also her husband and children. She shares candid moments about sex, intimacy and how it is important to accept your new body as it continues to heal.

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ContributorKelly, 47Read Full Bio

Biography

Kelly is a 47 year-old woman married and a mother to a son and daughter. She’s a fighter who did not let her breast cancer diagnosis define her. She talks almost comically about her meetings with her plastic surgeon to discuss breast reconstruction and the decisions she made prior to having a bi-lateral mastectomy. Kelly fondly speaks of the support that came from her close circle of friends and how important it was for them not only to support them, but also her husband and children. She shares candid moments about sex, intimacy and how it is important to accept your new body as it continues to heal.

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Kelly talks about her bi-lateral mastectomy and immediate reconstruction with tissue expanders.

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