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Free breast Reconstruction surgery

Is there any programs that pay for breast reconstruction . I had to have my removed in 1998 due to cancer. I don't have any insurance. So you can help me find some one does it free .I have been told there are doctors that do some times. thank you .
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There's a breast cancer organization called Y-ME.. I don't know if they can help you directly but they might be able to point you in the right direction....
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There is an organization called My Hope Chest that does exactly that.  I applied there & am volunteering now, too.

Go to the website (www.****.***) and fill out the application and/or contact form.  You can also email me if you'd like at ***@****
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Trying again - didn't go thru the whole "rules" thing here - busy day today - sorry...

My **** dot *** as far as the web goes - if u get my drift.

My user name on here tells u how to contact me.
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There are also a couple other routes in specific areas that I know of.  One is in the Dallas area & the other is in New Mexico.

Doris Daniely outreach - Dallas

Will get the New Mexico group name & website & put on here later - can't find it this second & heading out the door.

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