On October 13th, plastic surgeon and Huntington resident, Dr. Noël Natoli, showed her support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in a big way. While celebrating her honeymoon in New Zealand, the doctor took to the skies as she bravely dove from a plane at 15,000 feet in the air. Free falling for nearly 65 seconds, the plastic surgeon sported a pink jumpsuit as part of a month long promotion that donated proceeds to the Breast Cancer Foundation of New Zealand.
As a rising leader in the field of plastic surgery with a focus in natural breast reconstruction, Natoli was eager to participate in the campaign. “Queenstown, New Zealand is the adventure sports capital of the world; so while visiting I was curious about trying skydiving. Although I was terrified by the idea, when I found out that a portion of the proceeds were being donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation of New Zealand, I knew I had to do something that day that scared me. There is truly no other cause I’d rather support” began Natoli. “Aside from my work as a surgeon, I have had close family members affected by the disease. I understand the struggle and wanted to embrace the opportunity to give back.”
To learn more about breast reconstruction options and how the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month, please visit our dedicated website: www.breastreconstructionhelp.com.