- PRMA Plastic Surgery | Center for Advanced Breast ReconstructionPlastic Surgeon & Microsurgeon, present
- C&H Scientific, IncChief Science Officer
- Dean Medical Center, Dept of Plastic SurgeryPlastic Surgeon & Microsurgeon, 2004 - 2006
- University College LondonBachelor of Science in Advanced Anatomy and Morphology (BSc) Medical degree (MBBS)
- Shriners HospitalBurn Fellowship
- University of Texas at San AntonioGeneral Surgery
- University of Wisconsin-MadisonPlastic Surgery
- Indiana Hand CenterHand & Microsurgery
Scientists identify new gene that drives triple-negative breast cancer
Researchers from the UK have found that overactivity in a gene called BCL11A may lead to the development and progression of triple-negative
Most breast cancer patients who had healthy breast removed at peace with...
ROCHESTER, Minn. — More women with cancer in one breast are opting to have both breasts removed to reduce their risk of future cancer. New r
The Breast Cancer Reconstruction Blog: What Does Breast Reconstruction I...
Whenever possible, breast reconstruction should be performed at the same time as the mastectomy. This is known as "immediate breast reconstr
How Nutrition Affects Scar Healing - Scars and Spots Blog
A scar treatment and proper home care are needed to heal scars. A healthy diet that includes nutrient-rich foods aids in your scar healing p
Tissue testing during breast cancer lumpectomies prevents need for reope...
Unique laboratory testing during breast cancer lumpectomies to make sure surgeons remove all cancerous tissue spares patients the need for a
Breast cancer patients 'could be spared chemotherapy if NHS hospitals of...
A leading doctor is calling on hospitals to offer breast cancer patients a new gene test to indicate if they need chemotherapy.
Breast cancer cells less likely to spread when one gene is turned off | ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio – New research suggests that a protein only recently linked to cancer has a significant effect on the risk that breast cancer
More Women Undergoing Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy | Yahoo Health
For some women with breast cancer, a procedure to remove a breast might be a part of treatment. New research explored how many of these wome
The Breast Cancer Reconstruction Blog: BRCA 1 & 2 Gene Testing: What...
The BRCA 1 and 2 gene mutations, and a handful of other (rarer) gene mutations, account for about 10% of all breast cancer cases. The abnorm
Social Media & Cancer Drugs: Conversation, not Promotion | Xconomy
Social media hasn’t yet changed the world for biotech and pharma companies, but I believe this year is the year that will change. For better
How Breast Cancer Becomes Brain Cancer: 'Chameleon' Tactic Allows Cells ...
Researchers found that breast cancer is particularly good at spreading to the brain because it is able to survive on the organ's most abunda
Tutu Project brings hope, humor to cancer patients |
KUSA - At first glance, Bob Carey's photographs may seem funny. He is a grown man wearing a pink tutu. However, the message behind them is a
The Breast Cancer Reconstruction Blog: Breast Reconstruction Can Be Perf...
Did you know breast reconstruction can be performed at any time, even years after a mastectomy? "Immediate breast reconstruction" is perform
Who Is at Risk for Developing Keloid Scars? - Scars and Spots
Unfortunately, even though many people might want reassurance that their surgery, piercing, or other skin injury will not lead to a keloid s
Obesity, smoking increase risk after immediate breast reconstruction wit...
New research findings published in the December issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons confirm that factors such as smokin
Best Way to Get Rid of Mastectomy Scars - Scars and Spots
Mastectomy scars can, unfortunately, be quite extensive. If breast reconstruction is not performed at the same time as the mastectomy, the r