Local photographer Ray Baldino created the B-Pink project after his wife was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, to capture the inspiring stores of local woman affected by the disease.
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Early Detection and Treatment of Breast Cancer Saves Lives
“I felt very comfortable and well cared for. It’s not often people from a doctors office ask if you had a great experience.” – Patti
“Doctor Imami was very nice. This was the first surgery I have ever had and everyone was very helpful, accommodating and friendly.” – Margaret
“I was absolutely shocked about how painless my mammogram was. I highly highly recommend TEPAS for your mammograms!” – Maureen
Breast radiographer discussed Breast Cancer with podcast hosts The Invisible Diaries in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Listen to hear great advice for men and women such as how to perform self-examinations at home, who should be worrying about it, and at what age you should start (it’s earlier than you might think).
With concerns over COVID-19 Lynn’s story is a reminder that there are other health issues that should not be ignored. Early intervention and detection saves lives.
Yearly mammograms are recommended for woman over 40, to help detect cancer earlier. Learn what to expect during your first mammogram.
View our infographic to learn more about the steps we’re taking to protect you, our other patients, and our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although Breast Cancer is most common among women 50 or older, it can sometimes be seen in younger woman as well. Learn about risk factors.
In his recent article for Florida Today, Dr. Imami explains why Breast Cancer was called Nun’s disease and how having children might affect your risk of developing breast cancer.