It’s not the scar. It’s the reminder of the cancer
Being a cancer survivor herself, Dr. Hobart understands the importance of Hidden Scar breast cancer surgery. “It’s an interesting thing. It’s not about the scar. It’s the fact that every time you look at yourself, you have this reminder of the cancer. It’s similar with losing your hair from chemotherapy. Most of the time it really isn’t that you lost your hair. It’s the fact that you are labeled a cancer patient everywhere you go” she said.