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Being a mom is one of life’s greatest joys. Unfortunately, 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Early detection is the best way to protect moms against breast cancer.
That’s why at the HSHS St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital we are transforming breast cancer screening and detection with the latest technology in 3D Mammography. Our goal is to ensure mom moments for every mom every day.
Instead of reviewing the breast tissue in a single, flat image, this tool folds together a series of images to create a 3D view, allowing doctors to see the tiniest details and find cancer in its earliest stages.
Mammogram Screening Guidelines:
- Women age 40-44 - After consultation with your health care provider
- Women age 45 – 54 – Every year starting at age 45
- Women age 55+ - Every 2 years (or every year if a woman chooses to do so) for as long as a woman is in good health.
The Technology of Pre-Hab
HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital has an Oncology Wellness Program to assist those undergoing cancer treatments to improve their quality of care and quality of life from initial cancer diagnosis, through all stages of treatment, and after treatment is completed. Studies have shown that exercise during and after cancer treatment is safe and results in improvements in physical function, activity level, and fatigue.
Learn More About Breast Cancer
HSHS St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness Center combines the security of exceptional care with the comfort of caring individuals. We provide care to women from prevention, screening, and diagnosis to treatment and follow-up care in a consistent, compassionate and timely manner, led by Dr. Ruben Boyajian, Medical Director of Women’s Wellness and Cancer Care Services.
As a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network, HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital is utilizing MD Anderson Cancer Center’s renowned clinical standards and expertise to elevate the quality of patient care with one clear, shared mission — to end cancer.
MD Anderson Cancer Network is a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center. Located in Houston and founded in 1941, it is one of the world’s largest and most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer care, research, education, and prevention. The institution is one of the nation's original three comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Act of 1971. MD Anderson Cancer Center is recognized as one of the nation’s best cancer hospitals, ranking as one of the top two cancer centers since the U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” survey began 25 years ago. The network was created to extend access to MD Anderson’s sub specialized expertise, patient treatment protocols, research and multidisciplinary care and advance the mission to end cancer through collaborations.
Being an MD Anderson Cancer Network certified member means HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital has met the rigorous standards, set by MD Anderson Cancer Center, that involve treating patients according to evidence-based medicine and eventually provide opportunities for patients to participate in MD Anderson clinical trials, in addition to those clinical trials offered locally. MD Anderson Cancer Network only selects hospitals that are successful in meeting their rigorous qualification criteria.
Our 3D Mammography Services
Surgery is provided to inpatients, outpatients, and emergency patients of all ages on an emergent, urgent, and elective basis 24 hours daily.
Our MD Anderson Cancer Network® Certified Physicians
A number of physicians on St. Anthony’s Medical Staff are now certified physicians of MD Anderson Cancer Network and others are in the process of becoming certified. Patients can be referred to these specialists by talking with their doctor or by contacting HSHS Integrated Cancer Services at HSHS St. Anthony’s at (217) 347-1601.