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Breast Health

Routine preventive care is the most effective way to detect early signs of breast cancer and address other benign (noncancerous) breast conditions.

Routine care includes:

  • Breast self-exams (BSEs)
  • Clinical breast exams (CBEs)
  • Mammograms

Our staff is dedicated to providing a comfortable and confidential environment in which you can ask questions, discuss your breast health and receive important breast exams and tests.

Learn more about breast examinations and take a breast cancer risk assessment.

Review our SCL Health mammography screening guidelines.

What if I find a lump?

Many breast lumps are benign and simply need to be monitored. If breast cancer is detected, we’ll provide support from the time you’re diagnosed all the way through treatment and recovery.

Our breast cancer team includes medical oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, plastic surgeons and certified oncology nurses who will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that works for you.

Learn more about how we treat breast cancer.

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