“With traditional mastectomies, all the nerves would typically be cut and most people would lose all their breast sensation,” explains Anne Peled. “They would also lose nipple sensation if they had a nipple-sparing mastectomy.”

What sets a sensation-preserving mastectomy apart from a traditional mastectomy is that nerves are intentionally either preserved or grafted using a technology called Resensation.

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