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APPEL-VENET COMPREHENSIVE BREAST SERVICE
Cancer Centers of New York's Comprehensive Breast Programs at Beth Israel
Medical Center and St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals Strongly Opposes the
U.S. Preventive Services Task Forces (USPSTF) Recommendations Released on
November 16th, 2009.
The Appel-Venet Comprehensive Breast Service is an integral part of the Continuum Cancer Centers of New York. The Breast Service combines state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer with a multidisciplinary focus and a supportive environment. We are dedicated to both achieving a high cure rate and maintaining a high quality of life for our patients.
Conveniently located at Phillips Ambulatory Care Center (PACC) on Union Square , the Comprehensive Breast Service features radiology, pathology, breast surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, genetic counseling and support services in one location. That means that a suspected malignancy can be ruled out or confirmed quickly, and treatment options—including reconstructive surgery—can be outlined in a single visit. In fact, most patients with breast cancer can receive all their comprehensive care at PACC. A weekly breast tumor board conference brings together the members of our robust multidisciplinary team, who work closely to optimize timely diagnostic evaluation and develop individualized treatment plans.
The Comprehensive Breast Service is also dedicated to
addressing patients' emotional as well as physical needs, and offers full
support programs including psychiatry, social work, as well as individual
and group support. Committed to identifying the causes of breast cancer
and finding advanced treatments, our Breast Service strongly encourages
participation in clinical research
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