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Special Follow-Up Breast Program

The technology we use in the Center for Breast and Bone Health includes an advanced risk assessment tool. The results provide a woman and her doctor with her risk of developing breast cancer within the next five years and within her lifetime. Each patient with increased risk is meticulously tracked and followed more closely.

Today, one in eight women will develop breast cancer at some point in her lifetime. Our additional care for high-risk patients was created to reduce risk where possible and find cancer early for improved outcomes.

Our Breast Center doctors

Our team of specialists can help you understand your risk and choose the best preventive and screening measures to protect your health. Even with a normal mammogram, patients with increased risk may need to get additional medical evaluation and follow-up through our high-risk breast cancer program. The goal of the program is to help women understand their risk, reduce risk factors they can control and build a tailored plan to monitor breast health throughout their lifetime.

With so many advances in the fight against breast cancer, it's important to take advantage of the high-risk breast cancer program. These specialists will do further evaluation of controllable factors such as lifestyle choices for nutrition and physical activity. They will also closely review other factors that cannot be controlled such as family history, age, race/ethnicity and personal health history. Armed with all of your specific information, your healthcare team will work with you to decide on the best plan of action for your health.

Schedule Your Mammogram

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A doctor's order is not required to schedule. Like many other preventative screenings, mammograms are covered by insurance under healthcare reform legislation.

High Risk Evaluation & Surveillance

Through genetic testing and high risk surveillance, we can identify specific gene mutations that might increase your personal and/or family risk for developing breast cancer. Learn more about our hereditary cancer testing.