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Breast Cancer Surveillance for Women who are High-Risk

The Importance of Early Screening and Detection

Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: The comfort of your own home via Zoom

About the Program

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime; however, for some women, the risk of breast cancer is higher. Some of the factors that can increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer include:

  • Certain genetic mutations
  • Reproductive history
  • Personal or family history of breast or ovarian cancer or non-cancerous breast diseases
  • Dense breasts
  • Previous radiation therapy treatment

If you are at high-risk for breast cancer, there are steps you can take to proactively monitor your health, ensure early detection and reduce risk.

Join our breast surgeons to learn about breast cancer surveillance for women who are high-risk and the importance of early screening and detection. Submit your questions ahead of time and have them answered during the program.

Meet Our Experts

This program will be lead by two of our breast surgeons:

Register and Submit Your Questions

There is no cost to participate in this program, but registration is required. You will receive a Zoom link via email after registration. For questions or more information, email publicrelations@jefferson.edu.

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