SINGAPORE - In a conventional mastectomy, a breast cancer patient ends up with a long scar across the chest and loses her nipples and areolas in the procedure.
But the KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) has come up with a surgical technique for suitable patients which produces a less visible scar around the areolas, preserving them and the nipples.
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