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Breast Care Center

The Breast Care Center brings together all of the equipment needed for breast care health & breast cancer treatment, including prevention and early detection of breast cancer and other diseases of the breast. Our comprehensive center offers digital mammography, ultrasound, radiation therapy, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and stereotactic breast biopsy in one location. In addition, the close proximity facilitates a shorter wait time for our patients from the first sign of a suspicious area in the breast to treatment. The Breast Care Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology, and all images are interpreted by board-certified radiologists. Turn to the compassionate, caring, professional team at The Breast Cancer Center for breast cancer surgery and other forms of breast cancer treatment.

Video Gallery

The different types of breast cancer are infiltrating ductal cancer and infiltrating lobular cancer. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain the differences between the two types.

The stages of breast cancer are determined by the size of the tumor, if lymph nodes are involved and if the tumor has spread. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain more about these stages.

Breast cancer surgery can either be a total mastectomy or a partial mastectomy. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, describe the difference between the two surgeries.

Before breast cancer surgery, you should ask what kind of surgery is best for you. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain why it’s important to know your options.

A breast cancer surgeon can preserve the appearance of the breast by making their incisions with cosmetic preservation in mind. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain more about this process.

Breast cancer can recur after a mastectomy because all of the breast tissue can’t be removed. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain more.

Breast cancer isn’t preventable yet, but nutrition and weight control are currently being researched as preventative measures. Watch Bryan Shouse, MD, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain the importance of catching cancer early.