Definition of 'mastectomy'
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The woman, who has not been named, needed a double mastectomy. The Sun (2016)The options this time round were indeed stark and a double mastectomy the least worst of them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She had a double mastectomy then reconstruction surgery and is now fully recovered. The Sun (2009)She was told she would need a full mastectomy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She is not the first celeb to have a double mastectomy. The Sun (2013)She had a full mastectomy without reconstruction but would not put her life on hold. The Sun (2010)Most women who undergo a double mastectomy do not need it, according to a study. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The need for a mastectomy was another huge blow for Donna. The Sun (2015)She didn't have reconstructive surgery after her double mastectomy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It also reduces patients' need for a mastectomy. The Sun (2006)I had to have a double mastectomy with reconstructive surgery. The Sun (2011)When the doctors told me the diagnosis, my reaction was to request a double mastectomy and reconstruction the next week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A friend was at hand to give her support for the eight and a half hour mastectomy and reconstruction operation. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was cancer so I had a mastectomy and reconstruction with implants at the same time. The Sun (2013)I am now scheduled for a mastectomy with reconstruction, followed by a course of radiation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But the surrounding tissue could still have been infected so I needed a mastectomy. The Sun (2012)
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