Media and Press

Learn more about recent news and media featuring Dr. Potter.

Doctor No Longer Uses Textured Breast Implants That Triggered Patient’s CancerKVUE ABC, June 2019
Terri Gruca discusses the dangers of textured implants with Dr. Potter and patient, Sandra, as part of her series on Medical Device Dangers.

Breast Surgeon Discusses the Cancer Case that “Astonished” Her as FDA Weighs Risks of Implants – CBS This Morning, March 2019
Dr. Potter’s patient, Sandra, who was one of 457 patients in the US diagnosed with BIA-ALCL, is currently in remission after chemo and a stem cell transplant. Because textured implants have proven more likely to result in these cases of BIA-ALCL, Dr. Potter’s practice informs patients about possible risks so that they may make informed choices.

Everything You Need to Know About the Rare Form of Cancer Linked to Breast Implants Shape Magazine, February 2019
After the FDA confirms a direct link between breast implants and a rare form of blood cancer, breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), Dr. Potter weighs in on the risk, what we currently know, and why more research is vital.

Acupressure Helps With Depression, Sleep After Breast Cancer TreatmentHealthline, January 2018
Dr. Potter discusses the validity of acupressure used as part of an integrative therapy regimen following breast cancer treatment.

Seton touts natural, less invasive breast reconstruction – KXAN, October 2014
Dr. Potter makes a difference for a patient using DIEP flap reconstructive surgery, a natural breast reconstruction surgery.

Breast Cancer ReconstructionAustin Woman Magazine, October 2016
Dr. Potter answers questions about breast cancer reconstruction surgery.

Ana Knoben: An Unexpected Fight – Statesman Content Sponsored by Texas Oncology
This survivor’s story features Dr. Potter as part of Ana’s team of specialists.

Video: News Story on Breast Reconstruction with DIEP Flap KVUE
Linda Waggoner, a breast cancer survivor, tells KVUE her story about breast reconstruction using her own tissue along with Dr. Potter’s expertise.