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Benefits of 3D mammography for women with dense breast tissue

October 05, 2015

More than 200,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Early detection is still key to help improve outcomes and finish cancer.

Breast cancer cases expected to increase by 50 percent by 2030

April 27, 2015

The National Cancer Institute released a recent study which forecasts breast cancer cases will increase by 50 percent by 2030.

Study examines diagnostic accuracy of breast biopsies

March 18, 2015
A breast biopsy study that included Oregon pathologists found many get it wrong on trickier cancer risk results.

Providence breast cancer patient takes final treatment as Wonder Woman

November 06, 2014

On Halloween, breast cancer patient Melissa Roy-Hart, aka Wonder Woman, allowed reporters to follow her to her final breast cancer treatment at Providence Cancer Center Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic – Southeast.

Integrative medicine for breast cancer patients

October 31, 2014
Providence Integrative Medicine Program offers complementary therapies such as acupuncture to help breast cancer patients cope and find relief.

Why breast cancer patients enroll in clinical trial research

October 09, 2014

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. What motivates breast cancer patients to sign up for a research trial – is it hope or altruism or both?

The latest on the risks and detection of breast cancer

October 06, 2014
Oncologist Dr. Ali Conlin from Providence Cancer Center joins KATU’s AM Northwest to discuss the latest statistics, thoughts on mammograms, research and treatment, as well as some common myths about breast cancer.

What is a tumor board, and how does it benefit patients with breast cancer?

October 03, 2014
Providence Cancer Center’s tumor board acts like second and third – or more – opinions to craft the best treatment plans for women with breast cancer.

Providing a ray of hope to cancer patients

October 08, 2013

Battling breast cancer is about more than just fighting the disease. Sue Cook, manager of Providence Breast Services, and Toni Drew, a breast cancer survivor and volunteer with Providence Breast Cancer Outreach Program, share how a new approach is helping to heal the whole person. 

Running through cancer

October 07, 2013

In-between chemo treatments, this avid runner isn’t letting breast cancer slow her down. See how a local breast cancer patient laced up and got back to living life. 

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