Has the cancer spread? That's the fear for anyone who is fighting breast cancer. But a new procedure called Spy Phi is helping to answer the question and save lives.
“I had no idea that men liked breasts,” said Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles at the Blush Lunch at the Mellon Auditorium hosted by The Women’s Health Board of the GW Medical Faculty Associates benefitting the MAMMOVAN.
As Director of Breast Imaging and Intervention and Vice Chair of Radiology, Dr. Rachel Brem comments on a JAMA study.
Dr. Rachel Brem, director of breast imaging at the GW Medical Faculty Associates Breast Care Center discusses the Mammovan's potentially life-saving role in DC.
Dr. Anita McSwain, breast surgeon, spoke with WUSA9 about breast cancer treatment options and the benefits of mammography.
Breast specialist, Dr. Christine Teal, spoke with Fox5 News about her decision to have a preventative double mastectomy.
Dr. Christine Teal, breast specialist, spoke with abc7 about her decision to have a preventative double mastectomy.
On October 21, 2011, the Sirius radio show Broadminded with hosts Christine Eads and Molly Dedham featured seven GW Medical Faculty associates physicians, plus the team from the Mammovan to promote breast cancer awareness. The show explored several little discussed topics, including fertility preservation after a cancer diagnosis and sexuality and the breast cancer patient.
Watch our Breast Care Center Director and Chief of Breast Surgery, Dr. Christy Teal, on Good Morning America as she recounts her decision to undergo a double preventative mastectomy.