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Subject: Breast Cancer

Healthy Lifestyle and Breast Cancer
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about a healthy lifestyle and breast cancer. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

What does it mean to get called back?
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about what it means to get a call back from a screening mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

How Often Do I Need To Get a Mammogram
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about how often a woman should get a mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

Breast Imaging
The unique breadth and depth of Wake Radiology’s breast imaging expertise allows us to offer a full spectrum of breast imaging services, from conventional 2D and 3D mammographybreast ultrasound and Breast MRI to three types of image-guided breast biopsy. 

 

Breast Cancer Awareness
Dr. Danielle Wellman stops by to tell us about the technology making cancer detection easier.

NBC-17 – MammoSite Breast Cancer Procedure Saves Time (2004)

WRAL – Mammosite Breast Cancer Procedure Comes to Triangle (2003)

WRAL-TV5 – MammoSite Breast Cancer Procedure Comes to Triangle (2003)

How early can a mammogram detect breast cancer?

Research, radiologists and other medical professional all agree that mammograms are the key to detecting breast cancer. But, just how early is this tool effective? Dr. Duncan Rougier-Chapman, breast imaging specialists, explains the impressive statistics behind this important annual screening exam. Learn more…


Monthly Diligence Matters: A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Story

Most of us know that monthly breast exams are important. Karen Carter knew it and shared that information daily with other women. Karen is an Assistant Manager and Technologist at Wake Radiology. She shares her story about how this simple, easy exam saved her life. Having been involved in the medical field for 42 years, I have always been diligent about getting my yearly mammogram as well as doing monthly breast exams. Learn more…


One of Our Own: Susan Bradsher

Susan Bradsher began working at Wake Radiology in 1985. After a break while her children were young, she returned to Wake Radiology in 2007. When 3D mammography was introduced in 2013, her boss, Kim Morris, suggested she try it. Susan was 49 years old and healthy. It had been two years since her last mammogram. Learn more…


The Women in the Center Ring

Behind those pink gloves, there is a story, a very personal story about how each of these women faced her breast cancer. While these women may look like someone you know — a sister, mom, or friend — they are extremely special to us. Learn more…


Komen Race for the Cure 2010 Gallery

With our 2010 theme: “We’re no lightweight when it comes to detecting breast cancer”, Team Wake Radiology ascended on the grounds of Meredith College with a troop of 74 physicians, staff, and friends to support the Susan G. Komen Triangle Race for the Cure. Learn more…


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