Spare the Breast
Many women with breast cancer
have benefited medically, emotionally and physically from a skin-sparing mastectomy.

Hear their inspiring stories »

“I'm Stefanie LaRue. At 30, I was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Thankfully, my surgeon practices breast preservation and salvaged my nipple and the skin around it when I had my mastectomy.”
Before & After
A picture is worth a thousand words. See for yourself!

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Spare the Breast
The Breast Preservation Foundation was established to educate women with breast cancer about the advantages of oncoplastic surgical techniques like the skin-sparing mastectomy and to empower them to advocate for the best cosmetic result. To see how a skin-sparing mastectomy is performed, view demo.
What to Ask Your Surgeon
We encourage all women facing breast cancer surgery to advocate for a skin-sparing mastectomy.
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