Claire Sutherby, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, CMSRN, OCN
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States. Women can take charge of their overall breast health by learning their breast cancer risk.
Michael Daugherty, MD, Deaconess Breast Services
Breast cancer will develop in 1 in 8 American women in her lifetime. For 2020, it is estimated greater than 276,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and over 42,000 will die from breast cancer.
Komen Evansville Tri-State Deaconess Breast Services
Too often, women are skipping their mammograms because they either think they can’t afford the mammogram, or are scared of the cost of treating breast cancer if diagnosed.
Amanda Bohleber, MD, Deaconess Clinic Medical Director
It’s never been easier to schedule an appointment with a Deaconess doctor or service. Online scheduling is convenient, helps busy families and people on the go, and improves access to the care you need--when and where you need it.
The Women’s Hospital
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, she has many needs and concerns. One of the most important things she wants to know is that she’ll get the best care, beginning as quickly as possible. That’s why The Women’s Hospital and Deaconess Cancer Services decided to develop the Multidisciplinary Breast Cancer Clinic.
Mohammed Allaw, MD Internal Medicine, Deaconess Clinic Gateway Professional Building
Cancer screening recommendations can be confusing for many people--in my 20 years of practicing primary care medicine for adults, thousands of patients have had questions about various cancer screenings.
In this article, I’ll focus on breast, prostate, lung, colon and skin cancer screenings.
Deaconess Breast Center
The Deaconess Breast Center and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure provide resources for women with breast cancer.
Patient – Leigh Ann
Nurse Navigator – Robynn Working, Breast Patient
In August 2012, I found a lump. I was only 42, so breast cancer wasn’t something I’d really thought about. I had no family history so I didn’t really worry about breast cancer, to be quite honest.
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