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Breast Center at Baylor Dallas Recognized for Commitment to Fighting Breast Disease
Date:1/28/2010

c validation, and patient and professional education.

On the Frontlines of Breast Care

Baylor Sammons Breast Center provides a broad range of breast care services, from prevention and detection to treatment and recovery. The center provides clinical coordinators to help patients navigate their care and recovery process every step of the way. These coordinators help patients by providing referrals to a wide range of experienced specialists; answering questions; and scheduling appointments.

The Center's focus on education includes community programs, as well as the Virginia R. Cvetko Patient Education Center. The education center is designed to help cancer patients and their families understand and manage the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of cancer. The center's staff includes a medical director, nurse educators, genetics nurse, chaplains, social workers and trained cancer survivor volunteers.

Understanding that early diagnosis is often the key to successful breast cancer treatment, Baylor Sammons Breast Center provides computerized breast cancer risk assessments, a Hereditary Cancer Risk Program (including genetic testing and counseling) and screening and diagnostic services. Screening and diagnostic services are provided through the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Darlene G. Cass Women's Imaging Center.

Baylor Sammons Breast Center also participates in several breast cancer prevention and treatment trials; provides lymphedema treatment and education; and operates Ernie's Appearance Center, featuring products and services that minimize the visible effects of cancer therapy.

About Baylor Dallas

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, a 1025-bed not-for-profit academic hospital, is a major patient care and research center in the southwest. The nati
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