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After A Double Mastectomy, Will A Woman Still Have Nipples? - Dr. Harness (VIDEO)

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Dr. Harness explains if a woman can retain her nipples after a double mastectomy.

Dr. Harness, M.D.:
A woman having double mastectomy without reconstruction should not, in my view, have nipples or areola, and she should have the skin down flat on her chest wall.

About Dr. Harness, M.D.:
Dr. Jay Harness, M.D., is the Director at St. Joseph Hospital Comprehensive Breast Center. Practicing medicine for 35 years, Dr. Harness specializes in general surgery and medical oncology. Graduating medical school from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, he conducting his internship and residency at the University of Michigan Medical Center. Recognized nationally and internationally for his work in breast and endocrine surgery, Dr. Harness is the immediate past-President of The American Society of Breast Surgeons and is President-elect of Breast Surgery International. Dr. Harness can assist patients in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

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