Women with early-stage breast cancer who had one or both breasts surgically removed (a unilateral or bilateral mastectomy) had lower scores on a quality-of-life survey than women who had breast-conserving surgery, a new study has found. The survey questions include those about psychosocial and sexual well-being.

Source: Breast Cancer Surgery’s Impact on Quality of Life – National Cancer Institute



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