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by IrishSkin22 - February 25, 2012
Following a double mastectomy and implants, lumps were discovered over(outboard of) the implant and a surgery is scheduled to remove lumps. It is expected that radiation will also be required. Does anyone know, will the radiation be done with implant in place? ( since the location of the cancer cells is outside the implant) Or must it be removed for duration of treatment and replaced when treatment is complete?
Does this mean as in if I can see the sun, I am in it? Or I must stay out of ALL the light produced by the sun? At high noon am I "sun safe" while in the shade of a large tree?
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