FAQ Videos

  • What can I do to reduce my risk of breast cancer?
  • What should I do if I have a family history of breast cancer?

Dr. Torkelson explains:

  • When should I get screened for breast cancer?
  • How is breast cancer identified?
  • How frequently are women called back for a biopsy?

Dr. Emory explains:

  • What is the difference between mastectomies and lumpectomies?
  • Do more radical treatments improve breast cancer survival rates?

Dr. Tuttle explains:

  • How is my care different, if I participate in a clinical trial?
  • What benefits are there to participating in a clinical trial?
  • How are safe guards put into place?

Dr. Yee explains:

  • What can you tell me about breast cancer survivorship?
  • How can cancer survivors find the medical and emotional support they need?

Dr. Anne Blaes explains:



  • What resources are available for breast cancer survivors?
  • How does the breast cancer survivorship clinic assist patients?

Dr. Anne Blaes explains:



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