Due to the COVID-19 surge, our teams are prioritizing care for sick patients or those who need urgent care. We will resume scheduling routine appointments after February 14.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we asked 5 breast specialists what they wish every woman understood about breast cancer and treatment.
In this interview, Baystate breast doctors from pathology and radiology to oncology and surgery answer questions about the breast cancer treatment process.
Many women notice breast symptoms or changes during their lives. Dr. Holly Mason describes benign breast conditions and explains when – and when not – to worry.
Women need to know their risk factors and what they can do to minimize their chances of developing breast cancer.
Testing helps you understand your risk factors and decide the best way to manage your health.
Finding out that a friend has breast cancer can be surprising and hard. You might ask yourself how you can help. Baystate experts offer guidance.
Baystate Health doctors discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on breast cancer care and research.
Radiation therapy uses high-energy rays to attack and destroy cancer cells while sparing the surrounding normal healthy tissues of your body.
If you missed your scheduled mammogram this year when COVID-19 hit, it's time to take action.