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.
What do you do if you are at high risk of getting breast cancer? Besides monthly self-exams and regular mammograms, Alison Conlin, M.D., medical oncologist and medical director of Providence high-risk breast cancer services, explains what you need to know and do if you have a higher risk, including lifestyle changes.
A breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating, frightening, bewildering – it’s all of that when your world turns upside down. For many women, being able to talk with someone who’s been there before can be just what they need at this difficult time.
Providence Cancer Center's Family Program support group serves families struggling with cancer, regardless of whether we treat them.
Krista Nelson, oncology patient advocate at Providence Cancer Center, recently spoke with The Oregonian's parenting blog, the Omamas, about how to talk to your kids about a cancer diagnosis.
Nurse navigators help guide patients through the cancer treatment process.
More than just hats and scarves, patients can find an array of apparel at Transitions: An Appearance Center.