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Breast reconstruction is often done as a follow-up to a mastectomy for breast cancer. It replaces skin, breast tissue, and the nipple of the breast. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how breast reconstruction is performed, what to consider, why it is done, and much more.

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Breast cancer survivor Tammy Joyner talks about getting her breast cancer diagnosed, having a mastectomy, and starting breast reconstruction.

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