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Matt’s Story – NAD and Peptide Therapy

What can I say about Dr. Ong? She has been absolutely an answer to my prayers. The way that she has treated me through this program is beyond expectations. I had hopes as to how this would go, and the program and Dr. Ong have far exceeded what I could have ever imagined that this would be.

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“I am extremely pleased that I chose to have Dr. Ong perform my surgeries.”

My breast surgeon offered me the names of three plastic surgeons to consider for my reconstruction. While two of the surgeons were “in network” for my health plan, I felt most comfortable with Dr. Ong’s approach and style. Dr. Ong’s staff reassured me that the concierge service manages all of the communications with my insurance company. I can happily say that I have not had to pay anything out of pocket. And, I have not had to communicate with my insurance at all. In addition, I am extremely pleased that I chose to have Dr. Ong perform my surgeries. Her focus is not just on the reconstruction of my breasts, but rather helping me become a healthy, whole person again after battling cancer. Having just…

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“Dr. Ong was such a great listener, caring understanding professional and reassured me that everything was going to be alright.”

I remember so well in February 2016 I received a call from my primary care doctor’s office that they received the results regarding my mammogram. I remember taking a deep breath and said “ok you can give me the results over the phone” the medical assistant said “no you need to come in the doctor needs to talk with you” I knew right then it wasn’t going to be good. I called my husband and said I would meet him at the doctor’s office. When the doctor came in I knew right away I had breast cancer just by looking at the expression on her face. I asked her is it bad? She said “IT IS you have breast cancer in both breasts.” I felt…

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“I knew from my sister’s previous surgery with Dr. Ong, she could make me look and feel amazing.”

My mom was not famous, but to me, she was everything. She was the steady rock of our family. So when my mom was diagnosed with an aggressive form of inflammatory breast cancer in November 2004, my world crumbled. We were told she probably only had 6 months to live. My mom had a fighter mentality and went in with her fist in the air ready to give it her all. She underwent surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, scans, blood draws, doctor visits, procedures, shots, medication and more. Defying the odds, a year later, ‘regular breast cancer’ was found in her other breast. Through it all, she spent time with family, encouraged others and was there to welcome 6 grandchildren. The kids kept her motivated and all…

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