Breast abnormalities are evaluated and treated at the Don and Erika Wallace Comprehensive Breast Program in the Center for Women’s Oncology.
Moffitt's Comprehensive Breast Program offers a team approach for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in men and women, making Moffitt Cancer Center a leading national breast cancer hospital. The mission of the Don and Erika Wallace Comprehensive Breast Program is to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer by addressing the needs of the breast cancer patient through scientific research and clinical trials with an interdisciplinary approach to deliver the most advanced, compassionate breast cancer treatment and care for patients and families.
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About Breast Health and Breast Cancer
Breast health is an important part of every woman's personal health care program. Part of breast health screening begins with self-breast exams and mammograms, but it also includes evaluating factors that increase your risk for breast cancer. The treatment of breast cancer requires an individualized approach because the disease consists of many types of breast cancers in several stages. The Breast Program provides you and your family with the information on breast cancer treatment options you need to make a treatment decision that is right for you. Whether you come to the Breast Program for diagnosis, a second opinion or treatment for breast cancer, you benefit from not only basic and translational research here at Moffitt Cancer Center but also treatment by clinical experts using state-of-the-art equipment for the highest quality of care.
Moffitt Cancer Center’s consumer site, www.InsideMoffitt.com, has additional breast cancer information, including the following video interviews:
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