Becoming an Advocate for Breast Reconstruction
By: Courtney Floyd
How to become a patient advocate for breast reconstruction?
There is nothing like a supporting hand—especially one from someone who has had a similar experience. This hand can provide strength, hope, love, and care when you need it most.
At PRMA, we encourage the remarkable women who have journeyed through breast reconstruction surgery to be a Pink Lady Patient Advocate. These women are always available to answer questions or provide support to women interested in breast restoration surgery.
If you are interested in becoming a Pink Lady, please contact Courtney at [email protected] or you can fill out the application here.
Terri, completed her first stage of the DIEP flap only a few weeks ago. She wanted to share with others how important the support from her loved ones and from our advocates was to her during her journey to PRMA and throughout her surgery and recovery. Watch her story below.
You can also read Terri’s breast cancer story here.