A video series answering your questions about breast cancer from the faculty and staff of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
Breast Matters Newsletter:
Read the latest news and research from our breast cancer experts at Johns Hopkins
The Breast Cancer Program
The Breast Cancer Program at Johns Hopkins is made up of a diverse group of nationally-recognized specialists in breast cancer research and treatment. Led by Vered Stearns, M.D., and Sara Sukumar, Ph.D, 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, and helping survivors. Our medical oncologists and radiation oncologists work closely with surgeons, plastic surgeons, radiogists, and other specialists within the Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast Center
New Breast Cancer Clinics
The LiveWell Center at Johns Hopkins provides specialized treatment to women 40 and younger diagnosed with breast cancer. We recognize that your questions, needs, and concerns, and fears may be quite different than those of women over 40 receiving this diagnosis, and we are here to help.
The Center for Rare Breast Tumors at Johns Hopkins offers the latest in research and treatment to individuals diagnosed with rare forms of breast cancer. Our team is made up of experts in a wide range of disciplines, committed to the holistic care of patients and families through diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.
Breast Cancer Survivorship
For many patients like Elissa Bantug, a two-time breast cancer survivor and program coordinator of the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Survivorship Program, living through treatment is only half the story.
Watch C-Answers video series segment on "Cancer & Survivorship":
Registered dietician, Lynda McIntyre explains the importance of eating well after cancer and offers tips for a healthy lifestyle after cancer.
Visit Elissa Bantug's Survivorship blog on, Cancer Matters
Visit Lillie Shockney's Yahoo! blog, Breast Cancer Chronicles