Its hard to really say untill faced this this nightmare, it would depend case by case.
I believe this falls under a womans right to choose. It should be a decision that any woman at risk should be allowed to make and be supported by her doctor and covered by insurance.
personally unless there's a very high risk you could get cancer you shouldn't have your boobs chopped off just be cautious and check regularly for lumps and odd bumps you've not noticed before xx.
I truly don't know what option I would take if I had breast cancer so I in all sincerity I cannot.
offer any woman honest advice on what health options she should take regarding breast cancer. If I may I can only offer heartfelt prayers.
God Bless, any woman who has to go through the trials of having breast cancer and give her the spirit to fight and win the battle.
My grandmother died 2 days before I was born she was still in her 30s. She had already had both breast removed, and was trying to hold on to see her first grandchild. Unfortunately she died before she could meet me. I hope I am becoming the person that you would be proud to call your granddaughter. Even though I never met you, I have seen pictures and have been told about what a kind and loving person you were and I love you with all my heart.
There are many natural options that are looking good... but one of the main theories is giving up dairy.. http://breastcancerconqueror.com/baking-soda-a-natural-treatment-for-breast-cancer/ http://breastcancersisterhood.com/_blog/Brenda's_Blog/post/Is_There_a_Link_Between_Dairy_and_Breast_Cancer/.
I agree it's totally personal
It's a very personal decision that the person affected has to make. Ensure that they have all the relevant information. Latest research will always have to be considered as treatments change all the time.
I think when doctor say its necessary and there is no an other option then I am agree.