Risk Assessment Program

Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Program

Understand your personal risk for breast cancer to make informed decisions about your health.

Many factors affect your lifelong chances of developing breast cancer, including age, family health history, previous high-risk biopsy, history of radiation to the chest wall, alcohol use and body weight.

Possessing knowledge of these factors enables you to make important decisions about your health, such as when to begin breast cancer screening, how often you should be screened, how you should be screened and what lifestyle choices you can make to minimize your risks.

Type of Service*

[select AppointmentNeeded* multiple "Surgery Consultation" "Oncology Consultation" "Risk Assessment Program" "Second Opinion" "Mammography Screening" "3D Mammography" "Breast Biopsy" "Breast MRI" "Ultrasound" "Other"]

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What is the Risk Assessment Program?

Our breast cancer risk assessment program will help you to understand personal risk and is covered by most PPO insurance plans, and some HMO plans. See our full list of accepted insurances here.


An onsite, consultation with an experienced member of our surgical oncology team.


An in-depth personal analysis of risk based on modern risk assessment databases.


A personal plan of action that outlines early detection and risk reduction strategies.

A full summary will be provided to the patient and her referring physician.

What our doctors are saying.

“The earlier breast cancer is detected, the more treatment options are available.”

Amy Bremner, M.D.,
Breast Surgical Oncologist

“A physical exam, mammogram and breast MRI are the most accurate combination for early detection of breast cancer.”

John West, M.D.,
Breast Surgeon

“There are modifiable measures we can all take to reduce the risk of developing cancer and measures cancer survivors can take to reduce the risk of recurrence.”

Lisa Curcio, M.D.,
Breast Surgical Oncologist

“Genetic testing provides direction in understanding high risk factors.”

Nimmi Kapoor, M.D.,
Breast Surgical Oncologist