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Join the Fight Against Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During her lifetime, 1 in 8 women (and about 1% of men) will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Baystate Health not only offers specialized breast cancer care and support – we also provide breast health education and conduct important research to advance the fight against this disease. 

We invite you to join the cause

Register for Events

All events take place virtually due to COVID-19.

Would you like to receive a FREE gift for attending the Breast Health Series?  Email us your name and address, and we will mail you a pink, adjustable, Baystate Health Every Woman mask.

October 14: Innovative Seed Procedure for Breast Surgery

Watch Recording

Join Dr. Mason for a discussion about breast surgery and this innovative procedure. Register ahead of time to join the event.

October 21: 3D Printing in Radiation Therapy

Watch Recording

Join Dr. Michael Yunes of the D’Amour Center for Cancer Care to learn more about this exciting new technology.

October 22: The Restorative Breast Collaboration

Watch Recording

Breast surgeon Dr. Danielle Lipoff and plastic surgeon Dr. William Collins will talk about restorative breast surgery and answer your questions. 

October 25: Rays of Hope Walk & Run Toward the Cure of Breast Cancer

Watch Recording

This year, we're inviting people to put in their miles on their own while listening to our special Rays of Hope inspirational soundtrack. Register on your own or join as a team.

October 28: A Closer Look at Mammograms

Register

Join Dr. Jennifer Hadro of Baystate Radiology & Imaging for a discussion about mammography.

Schedule a Mammogram

Many women with breast cancer have no symptoms. This is why regular breast cancer screenings (mammograms) are so important.

Learn how, why, and when to make a mammogram appointment. 

Join a Clinical Trial

Clinical trials can help our patients by making advanced care available to them right in their communities.

People join clinical trials for many reasons, including:

  • To get access to potential new treatments
  • To contribute to research that may help others in the future
  • To help further the advancement of science

Browse Breast Cancer Trials

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Share Your Story

Do you have a story to tell about lifesaving breast cancer care?

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