What To Expect: The BFFL Co Guide to Mastectomy

AngelinaJolieHollywood star Angelina Jolie was a brave inspiration to all of those women dealing with a BRCA mutation or family history when she announced the startling news of her prophylactic double mastectomy. Most recently “Good Morning America” correspondent Amy Robach announced to viewers that she, too, would soon undergo a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. Due to advances in screening and genetic counseling/testing, women have options and information to help them make decisions. When pre-emptive or diagnosed early, women have a much better chance to be cured or avoid the disease.

While making the decision or told you need to have surgery is the biggest step, women still need help in preparing and recovering from these new surgeries.

We at BFFL Co are pleased to share with you The BFFL Co Guide to Mastectomy, an online collection of instructions, tips, information, advice and information, compiled over several years, to help you or someone close to you prepare for breast cancer surgery.

DoublebiomybodynopriceThe BFFL Co Guide to Mastectomy concisely summarizes the various phases of your surgery from preparation to recovery,  and will serve as a checklist to make sure you have what you need, a primer to help you know what to expect, and an enhancement to information provided by your own surgeon.

Please share the guide with anyone you know who is facing mastectomy or other breast cancer surgery.

 

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2 Responses to What To Expect: The BFFL Co Guide to Mastectomy

  1. Jenna Handel says:

    My best friend is having a double masectomy due to bracha 1 gene in October. I would like to build her my own gift bag but need help in selecting appropriate items.
    Is there someone I can contact for assistance ?
    Thank you
    Jenna.

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