Breast Cancer

Join us for the grand opening of the Coborn Health Center
Attend the Coborn Healing Center open house and meet facilitators, enjoy refreshments, and learn about the programs and services available for cancer survivors, caregivers and their families from 4-7 p.m. Aug. 2. The ribbon cutting featuring Chris and Emily Coborn is at 4:15 p.m.

Thanks to the generous support of the community and CentraCare employees, the 100% philanthropy-funded center will serve as the connection place for survivorship services that truly enhance our patients' lives throughout their cancer journey. Services to care for Mind, Body and Spirit will include art therapy, enhancement program (one-on one consultation with cosmetologist for free wigs, hat and accessories), integrative therapy (acupuncture, acupressure, Healing Touch), interactive kitchen, group fitness classes, spiritual well-being, and support groups.
Classes and support
  • Learn about our many support groups offered at CentraCare Health.
  • See the programs designed to improve the quality of life for patients, caregivers and their families.
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Breast Cancer

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Much of the debate over when to start having mammograms has focused on lives saved, but new research suggests that early screening might also translate into smaller tumors and less aggressive breast cancer treatments.

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Breast cancer screening guidelines are based mainly on scientific data from white women, and that bias could cause delayed detection of the disease in minorities, researchers report.

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While only 5 percent to 10 percent of cancers are caused by an inherited gene mutation, genetic testing may benefit people with a strong history of family cancer, an expert in genetics suggests.

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After American women began to adopt annual mammography screening in the 1980s, a very healthy thing happened: the average size of newly discovered breast tumors got smaller.

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