Facing Cancer, a Stark Choice

“Facing Cancer, A Stark Choice.” By Tara Parker-Pope, The New York Times

In the 1970s, women’s health advocates were highly suspicious of mastectomies. They argued that surgeons — in those days, pretty much an all-male club — were far too quick to remove a breast after a diagnosis of cancer, with disfiguring results. But today, . . . → Read More: Facing Cancer, A Stark Choice