Breast augmentation is an operation to enhance the size and shape of the breasts and improve body proportions. The operation can be carried out in women who are naturally small-breasted, as well as those whose breasts have changed as a result of weight loss or childbirth. The goal of breast augmentation surgery is to create a more feminine, proportioned breast. As an accomplished Vancouver breast augmentation surgeon, Dr. To view before-and-after photos of his patients, please visit the breast augmentation photo gallery.
Breast cancer treatment and ethnicity in British Columbia, Canada
CLINICS FAST-TRACK BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS
Population-based screening mammography remains the most accessible and scientifically validated test for detecting breast cancer and reducing breast cancer mortality. Downsides of screening include exposure to ionizing radiation, false-positive results, and overdiagnosis. Current screening policy in BC is based on age and other determinants of risk, including family history and genetic factors. For example, routine screening every 2 years is recommended for asymptomatic women age 50 to 74 of average risk, while routine screening every year is recommended for women age 40 to 74 with a first-degree relative with breast cancer. The Screening Mammography Program compiles data for calculating numerous outcomes, including participation and return rates, time to diagnosis measures, and sensitivity and specificity indicators. Breast density is an issue a woman and her primary care provider may need to consider, since normal dense breast tissue may impede detection of cancer.
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It is the largest community and only city in the area commonly known as the Comox Valley , and the seat of the Comox Valley Regional District , which replaced the Comox-Strathcona Regional District. Archaeological evidence suggests there was an active Coast Salish fishing settlement on the shores of the Courtenay River Estuary for at least 4, years. Along the tidal flats of the estuary, the Pentlatch set out elaborate fishing weirs—nets tied to wooden stakes that would be covered at high tide but uncovered at low tide, allowing trapped fish to be removed.