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Understanding reconstructive outcomes in patients presenting with different stages of breast cancer is important in tailoring reconstructive approaches for each patient. Joshua Amaya @joshamaya14 and his co-authors from the UTSW Department of Plastic Surgery evaluated the impact of breast cancer stage on choice of reconstruction and likelihood of experiencing reconstructive exhaustion. Amaya and co-authors show that Stage III breast cancer patients are less likely to complete delayed-immediate breast reconstruction compared to stage I and II breast cancer patients, which may be due to the aggressive nature of advanced-stage breast cancer and intense cancer treatment regimen. Stage III breast cancer patients are less likely to complete nipple reconstruction: An institutional analysis of cancer stage affecting breast reconstruction Joshua Amaya, BS @joshamaya14; Yash Kadakia, BA; Kaitlin Jones, BS; Pope Rodnoi, BS; Sami Khan, MD; Sumeet S. Teotia, MD; Nicholas T. Haddock, MD Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

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