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Breast Cancer, Race, and Risk

Breast Cancer, Race, and Risk

Race is a significant factor that can contribute to a woman’s breast cancer risk– though it’s often not the first thing that jumps to mind for patients or healthcare professionals.  However, data shows that simply understanding the heightened risk that race can confer...

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Somerset OBGYN

Somerset OBGYN

Somerset OB/GYN Associates had a mammography machine onsite for many years. However, the technologist who managed this service was retiring. Somerset needed to find a partner that could step in and manage their mammography service once the technologist left....

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Girl Talk & Gynecology

Girl Talk & Gynecology

Founded in 2010 by Dr. Jennifer Orr, GirlTalk & Gynecology in Morehead City, North Carolina, provides women of all ages with personalized, compassionate care. The success of this practice is evident in that they see nearly 12,000 patients annually. [pdf-embedder...

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Breast Cancer Cost by Stage

Breast Cancer Cost by Stage

Breast cancer patients diagnosed at later stages of disease face higher mortality rates – and higher costs. The data is striking, and shows that early detection saves both lives and costs associated with treatment. Screening mammograms are a practitioner’s and patient’s strongest ally when it comes to beating breast cancer.

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Breast Cancer, Race and Risk

Breast Cancer, Race and Risk

Breast cancer is a widespread disease, but does not impact all women equally. The death rate from breast cancer for Black women is 40% higher than non-Hispanic Whites. Black women also have a higher incidence of genetic mutations putting them at risk for breast...

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