Kristine D’Elisa lives in Stamford, Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. She was diagnosed with stage III, hormone receptor-positive breast cancer in October 2018 at the age of 45. She chose to get reconstruction in both breasts after a bilateral mastectomy. In this month’s What I Wish I Knew, she discusses the complications she didn’t see coming and the importance of asking tough questions about your surgery.
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