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Welcoming a New Addition to Our Office: LanguageLine InSight Video Interpreting

By: Dr. Randall Feingold
May 15, 2021

Our practice places a lot of emphasis on effective communication. As a physician, I cannot address, treat, or recommend solutions for problems that I do not understand. And it is just as important, if not more so, for patients to be able to understand me as well in order to proceed with surgery. This requires […]

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20 Years of Continued Partnership

By: The NYBRA Team
May 13, 2021

NYBRA Plastic Surgery may be a Making Strides Flagship Sponsor now, but our team started like so many others, as a small group of dedicated people gathered in a parking lot in the wee hours of the morning. Check out our latest video featuring Dr. Randall Feingold on how our partnership with Making Strides Against […]

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Motherhood

By: The NYBRA Team
May 8, 2021

Motherhood is a complex gift. From fertility challenges to childbirth to everything that comes afterward, we celebrate Mother’s Day to honor its difficulty and cherish its best moments. Motherhood’s relationship with breast cancer is a layer that some women are unfortunately forced to confront. Surgeries, chemotherapy, genetic mutations, and stress all play a role in […]

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3 Strategies to Supercharge Your Anti-Cancer Kitchen

By: The NYBRA Team
May 7, 2021

Join us on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 10:30 AM EST via ZOOM for our next lecture as part of our Be Informed Lecture Series. Our guest speaker will be RACHEL BELLER, MS, RDN CEO Beller Nutritional Institute Celebrity weight management & cancer prevention expert *Registration is required*               […]

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Kicking Off National Nurses’ Week: a Special Q&A With NYBRA’s Registered Nurse, Bella

By: The NYBRA Team
May 5, 2021

Happy Nurses Week! We had the honor of sitting down with Bella Gadayeva, NYBRA Plastic Surgery’s Registered Nurse for this month’s Q&A. Bella is our senior Registered Nurse who has been with the practice for seventeen years. She plays a crucial role in our patients’ care. She is known for her compassion, knowledge, experience, and […]

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Your Cosmetic Questions Answered

By: The NYBRA Team
May 4, 2021

You asked, we have the answers to your top cosmetic surgery or procedure questions. No question is too large or small. Got a question? Send an email to socialmedia@nybra.com and our team will respond. View this post on Instagram A post shared by NYBRA Plastic Surgery (@nybra_plastic_surgery) View this post on Instagram A post shared […]

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#Community

By: The NYBRA Team
April 30, 2021

All about community. From our Sisterhood of Support community to our patient stories, there is a feeling of fellowship with others based on sharing common attitudes, and goals. As Mollie Sugarman, Clinical Director of our Patient Empowerment Program said, “Community is an environment where strong bonds are formed and relationships endure.” Check out our #Community. […]

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Understanding the Patient-to-Patient Caring Team

By: The NYBRA Team
April 30, 2021

Our staff does everything in its power to let patients know what to expect before, during, and after surgery. However, not even the most robust medical discussion can truly encapsulate experiences that our team has not had firsthand. This is especially true when it comes to breast reconstruction: the best way to really learn its […]

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A Bar Mitzvah Project Aims to Make Cancer ‘Stink’ a Little Bit Less

By: The NYBRA Team
April 26, 2021

Heather’s son, Ethan, was only seven years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “All of a sudden when someone gets a diagnosis, there’s so much whispering in the house. We didn’t hide anything from him, but his world definitely changed for several months,” she said. Amid all the hushed conversation surrounding her diagnosis […]

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Breast Cancer: a Breast Surgeon’s Perspective

By: The NYBRA Team
April 16, 2021

Dr. Erna Busch-Devereaux knows that you’re aware of the number of people newly diagnosed with breast cancer every year. “I think we all appreciate the magnitude of the problem with breast cancer in the United States, but the good news is that death rates have been decreasing pretty significantly over the last decade or two,” […]

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