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Phrenic Nerve Repair

The phrenic nerve controls function of the diaphragm muscle - the primary muscle involved in breathing.

Advances in nerve decompression and transplant allow reconstructive plastic surgeons to reverse diaphragm paralysis. 
 

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Mom, daughter share breast-reconstruction information
 

Two local women hope to inspire others with their story of surviving, and preventing, breast cancer.
 

It's a part of breast cancer awareness that's not often talked about. And most women who deal with a diagnosis of breast cancer aren't given any direction on how deal with this part of treatment. But reconstruction can be as important as any other phase of recovery.  To view full story online, visit ABC News by clicking here.

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