By Dr. Randall Craft

Breast cancer survivor Wendy Waller endured four rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, radiation treatments and eight surgeries. She’s cancer free but now struggles with body image, “Every day, when I get out of the shower, looking normal is what’s important to me.”

Chief of Surgery and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Randall Craft at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® in Phoenix helps women with these types of body image issues and says it often starts with understanding your options.


About the Author
Plastic/Reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Randall Craft is Chief of Surgery at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Phoenix. Previously, he was a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. He completed his residency in General Surgery at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education and completed a second residency in Plastic Surgery at Harvard Plastic Surgery, part of Harvard Medical School.

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