Learn more about the different kinds of breast disease and cancer, their symptoms, your risk factors, and much more.
Non-cancerous (or benign) breast diseases are very common. They include a variety of different conditions, such as intraductal papillomas, fibrosis, lobular carcinoma, and many more. Read more about benign breast disease.
Breast cancer is the abnormal growth of cells in breast tissue. In this comprehensive article, you can learn more about the following:
Women carrying inherited mutations in BRCA genes have a high lifetime risk for developing breast and/or ovarian cancer. Learn more about these genes.
We offer a variety of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention options. Learn more about each one, including what to expect and how to prepare for treatment.
Regular breast screening has been proven to prevent breast disease and reduce deaths. Learn what this involves and when to get tested.
This minimally invasive therapy offers a viable alternative to surgery for people with early-stage breast cancer. Learn about its advantages.
Surgery is one of the most common and effective methods of removing breast cancer. Learn more about the following procedures:
This surgical technique can help remove cancerous tissue while maintaining the look and feel of the breast. Learn more about its benefits and what it involves.
Be using a single dose of radiation after a lumpectomy, this innovative therapy offers significant benefits over conventional radiation. Learn more about this procedure.
Surgery patients can choose from a variety of procedures to reconstruct a portion or completely replace a breast. Learn more about breast reconstructive surgery from our partners in the division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
For help dealing with any of these conditions or pursuing any of these treatments, call us at (212) 305-9676 or fill out online appointment request form.