At Breastlink we have always sought to respond to patient needs in a comprehensive way. I believe this requires responding to the patient as a whole person – not to a diagnosis.
I also believe we are charged with a broader imperative – to constantly review what we do. To help ensure we provide optimal breast cancer treatment it is essential for us to be informed by clinical experience and to understand the latest developments in breast cancer research.
As a practice, it means that we choose to be accountable not only, most importantly, to our patients, but to be scrutinized by an organization that sets the standards of oncology excellence across […]