In 1998, a federal law went into place that provides protections to patients who choose to have breast reconstruction in connection with a mastectomy. Even though the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) has been around for nearly 20 years, we are contacted far too often by women wishing they had the choice to reconstruct or that they would've known that they even had the option following their mastectomy. We always advocate that breast reconstruction is a personal choice. It's your body, and it's your decision, but we all deserve to know more about our options.
BRAS FOR BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS
At AnaOno, we're excited to spread the word about BRA Day. If you're a breast cancer survivor, thriver or previvor, we're here to help you find the best bras for your post-mastectomy body-regardless of whether you choose reconstruction.
For those who wish to remain flat and fabulous, we offer a great collection of flat bras that can be worn during mastectomy recovery and beyond. Our pocketed full coverage bra, the Molly, for example, is a favorite since the wire-free, stretch fabric designs conforms to your shape after a single or double mastectomy. It can lay flat or you can use the built-in pockets to hold lightweight breast forms or prostheses.
We also have plenty of bras for reconstruction after mastectomy. The Pocketed Front Closure Bra is wonderful for wearing during recovery as your incision sites heal. We also recommend the Delilah Dream Soft Cup Bra and the Gloria Pocketed Wire-Free Bra, both of which combine gentle support with a flattering fit.
Browse our full collection of bras at AnaOno to find the best fit for your unique needs.
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Dana Donofree is joined by Dr. Brannon Claytor to answer your questions about the ASPS news that some surgeries are being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Claytor is the Chief of Plastic Surgery at Main Line Heath and owner of his private practice, Claytor/Noone Plastic Surgery.