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Breast Density Law | Orange County

California Breast Density Law to Affect Orange County Women

  • Approximately 50 Percent of women to start receiving notification they have dense breast tissue after a screening mammogram.
  • Breastlink at the Breast Care and Imaging Center of Orange County (Breastlink of Orange) to launch educational awareness campaign to help women understand how breast density affects their personal level of risk to be diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Breastlink of Orange recently acquired Orange County’s first somo•v automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) to improve early breast cancer detections.

Breast Density LawORANGE, Calif., April 3, 2013 – Breastlink at the Breast Care and Imaging Center of Orange County (Breastlink […]

John Link, M.D. and Lisa Curcio, M.D. on Breast Cancer Gene Testing

John Link, M.D. and Lisa Curcio, M.D. on Breast Cancer Gene Testing

Interested in learning more about how breast cancer gene testing is helping breast oncologists understand and treat breast cancer? The OC Register quoted Drs. John Link and Lisa Curcio in an article about genomic testing published today.

We encourage you to visit the OC Register’s website to read the entire article. The following passages are from the piece entitled “Breast cancer tests spawn marketing war.”

“They’re very competitive. There’s a war going on in the marketplace,” says John Link, medical director of Breastlink in Orange and author of “The Breast Cancer Survival Manual.”

Lisa D. Curcio, a surgical breast […]

By | March 27, 2013|Categories: Breast Cancer Screening|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Dr. John West Discusses Breast Self Examination

Dr. John West was recently interviewed by the Orange County Register. Dr. West discusses the breast self examination video he produced with the nonprofit organization Be Aware Foundation and other issues in the detection, and treatment, of breast cancer.

By | September 20, 2012|Categories: Breast Cancer Screening, Media|Tags: |0 Comments
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