Vered Stearns, co-director of the breast cancer program discusses genetics and their role in treating breast cancer patients. Watch now.
Breast Cancer Clinical Trials:
John Fetting, M.D., discusses the importance of enrolling in clinical trials offered to breast cancer patients at the Kimmel Cancer Center. Watch now.
Life After Breast Cancer:
A group of breast cancer survivors talk about what it means to be a survivor. Watch now.
The Breast Cancer Program at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore, MD, includes a diverse group of nationally-recognized specialists in breast cancer research and treatment. Led by Vered Stearns, M.D., and Sara Sukumar, Ph.D, these physician-scientists in the breast cancer program are studying new ways to treat breast cancer, including treatment that is tailored to the unique makeup of each individual patient. They are also developing innovative clinical trials, focusing on prevention and helping survivors. Our medical oncologists and radiation oncologists work closely with breast cancer surgeons, plastic surgeons, radiogists, and other specialists.
The Johns Hopkins Breast Center, is a multidisciplinary breast care program, offering a full spectrum of clinical and support services, from screening and diagnosis to treatment and counseling. The Breast Center provides innovative, integrated, high quality and cost-effective care. Its state-of-the-art technology and highly-skilled medical professionals are internationally recognized. Patients who visit the Breast Center have access to the most advanced tests and therapies available anywhere.
To schedule an appointment with a breast cancer expert, call:
Medical Oncology Treatments and Clinical Trials: 410-955-5222 (Breast Cancer Program at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center)
Newly Diagnosed with Breast Cancer: 443-997-8282 (Breast Center)
Diagnostic or Screening Mammogram Evaluation: 410-955-4100 (Breast Center)
Breast Biopsy: 410-955-7288 (Breast Center)
Breast Reconstruction Consultation: 443-997-9466 (Breast Center)
Radiation Oncology: 410-502-8000 (Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences)