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Breast cancer survivor Traci Smith and plastic surgeon Paris Butler, MD, bring awareness to underserved communities and help women of color understand their options.
By Kendra Y. Mims • Illustration by Jillian Nickel
In the land where he made a name for himself, the nation’s 16th president—or at least a bobble-headed mascot representing him—is part of the state’s publicity efforts to promote Illinois’ 200th birthday this year.
Breast cancer survivors bare their surgical scars in Reconstructed – a photographic exercise representing a woman’s personal victory over the disease.
Genny Small and Jessica Meyers founded Overcomers at the end of their breast cancer journeys, a nonprofit organization that helps women and their families rebuild their lives after breast cancer.
David Leber, MD, gives back to the specialty through mission trips and Maliniac contributions
Plastic surgeons discuss how to improve racial and gender diversity within the specialty.
Plastic surgeon shares how she overcame adversity through her love of tennis
Breast Cancer Survivor Reminds Women They Are Never Alone Through Fashion
More than 50 medical staff join together to perform the hospital's first separation of conjoined twins