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What is my breast lump if it’s not cancer?
Fifty percent of women will experience a noncancerous breast lump at some point in their lives. It is very important to see a healthcare provider for a breast exam and any recommended tests, screenings, or imaging whenever you notice a lump...
Florida Today: Cancer All Clear!
Read about Dr. Imami and his patient Leticia Davis in this article from Florida Today. Do you have your annual...
Florida Today Article- Immunotherapy Helping With Breast Cancer
Immunotherapy is a promising approach to treating some of the more resistant types of cancer. You can read more about how this type of therapy is helping breast cancer patients in the article below. [pdf-embedder...
Melbourne Regional Medical Center Forms Partnership with Tepas Breast Center
Melbourne Regional Medical Center has partnered with TEPAS Breast Center to provide breast imaging and advanced breast care services to the Space Coast Community.
Florida Today: Breast Cancer Can Affect All, Even the Young
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.
Florida Today: Why breast cancer was called Nun’s disease
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.
Florida Today: Cryoablation a boon for Brevard’s breast cancer patients
Florida Today covers Brenda Reynolds fortunate treatment for breast cancer. Brenda Reynolds had a mammogram that revealed a 1½ cm malignant tumor. The tumor was small, so she was able to have a cryoablation procedure.
Florida Today: Radiation options for breast cancer patients
Dr. Imami discusses treatment options for breast cancer. He explains that targeted radiation therapy is easier for patients to tolerate due to decreased toxicity and side effects; less complications, and better cosmetic outcomes.
Florida Today: Brevard surgeon chronicles breast cancer battles with photos
Dr. Imami started to record his patients’ journey battling cancer after he was inspired by a postmastectomy boutique that had photos of cancer patients. He began asking his own patients if he could record moments of their treatment.