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CRISSCROSS Intimates - Luxe Intimate Apparel for Women and Men.

Post-surgical undergarments for any Stage or Phase of Breast Surgery. Comfortable, chic and colorful compression undergarments.

Collection: Post-Surgical Bras, Prosthesis Bra, Briefs, Thongs, Leggings, Compression Sleeves, Sleecrets, Pouch, Men's Vests and other Accessories and Inspirational Products.

[Leggings and Prosthesis by Anita and Men’s Shapewear by Leonisa not for resale, consumers only].

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Jean's Breast News Update

Articles are about Inspiration and Advancements in Breast Health & Wellness.

The CRISSCROSS Intimates Blog page is written by Survivor and Designer, Jean Criss.  Articles are about inspiration and breast health and wellness, product, bras and CRISSCROSS, other brands, ta-tas, advanced technology solutions, and so much more! Also, follow my other industry Columns here.

Shop CRISSCROSS our e-commerce site and we look forward to hearing from you.  All the breast!

Jean's Breast News Update

Jean Criss

On May 16th, 2017, I am delighted to attend my third annual Breast Cancer Management Conference hosted by New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center in New York City. I look forward to showing the CRISSCROSS Intimates Collection of post-surgical designs and sample garments with the numerous Top Docs attending this year's program in addition to writing about the advancements in breast health and wellness.

This year's program has been designed by doctors, surgeons and their staffs involved in the management and treatment of patients with breast cancer.  Discussions involving controversies in screening, new imaging, prevention and minimizing breast surgery are among a few key topics.  New advances to be highlighted will include breast reconstruction new options, use of immunotherapy in breast cancer and treatments, clinical trials and other research advancements. 

Lectures and panelists include an astute team of accredited doctors representing radiology, oncology, genetics, surgery, plastic surgery, pathology and radiation oncology. Their presentations are extremely informative and I will be reporting back in future blogs for survivors and their families on these topics as I've done in past years.

For more information on the conference, please contact or call 212/304-7813. 

All the breast, Jean