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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Cancer Outreach and Coordinator of the Breast Cancer Program

Albert Einstein Medical Center


Affiliations

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Board Member


Education

MS


MEd


Web References(4 Total References)


- Choosing a Breast Prosthesis

www.us.amoena.com [cached]

Ellie Mack, MS, MEd, RN, OCN, director of cancer outreach and coordinator of the breast cancer program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and a long-time LBBC board member, says it is very common for doctors to recommend immediate reconstruction."Otherwise, it means another hospitalization, another anesthesia, and each of these things can themselves cause another possible problem," she says.Ellie encourages women to do so to ensure an accurate fit. "Getting a prosthesis is almost like trying on shoes," she says.


Insight, Winter 2002

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Ellie Mack, MS, MEd, RN, OCN, director of cancer outreach and coordinator of the breast cancer program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and a long-time LBBC board member, says doctors usually recommend immediate reconstruction.
"Otherwise, it means another hospitalization, another anesthesia, and each of these things can themselves cause another possible problem," she says.


Living Beyond Breast Cancer

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Ellie Mack, MS, MEd, RN, OCN


Insight, Winter 2002G

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Ellie Mack, MS, MEd, RN, OCN, director of cancer outreach and coordinator of the breast cancer program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and a long-time LBBC board member, says doctors usually recommend immediate reconstruction.
"Otherwise, it means another hospitalization, another anesthesia, and each of these things can themselves cause another possible problem," she says.


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