Breast Cancer Awareness Month
As it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month we should all be taking notice of factors in our modern environment that may contribute to the spread of this disease.
This article published in the New York Times recently highlights the latest research on one of these issues, the use of hormone replacement therapy following menopause.
The surgeons at the New Zealand Institute of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery continue to stress the importance of continuing vigilance in the form of regular self examination, following breast screening guidelines and early presentation to a medical professional should there be any concerns.
Labels : Reconstructive Surgery
'Miracle survivor' Rongo beats bus - NZ Herald
'Miracle survivor' Rongo beats bus
Usually, Rongo comes to the rescue after Tahi makes mischief. The 8-year-old Nepia twins from Ranui were born two minutes apart and their grandmother Josie - who raised them as "mum" - says Rongo has ... More