Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program

If you have breast cancer, the Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program of UPMC Cancer Centers in Pittsburgh, Pa., provides complete and compassionate care.

By focusing on your individual needs, our experts work together to develop the best strategies for diagnosing and treating your type of breast cancer.

Diagnosing Breast Cancer

Advanced tests for diagnosing breast cancer at its earliest stages when it's more treatable, include:

Our High-Risk Breast Cancer Program provides screening, monitoring, and other services for women who may be at greater risk of developing breast cancer due to family history or a specific gene mutation.

Treating Breast Cancer

Treatment options for breast cancer may include:

Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, bone marrow stem cell transplants, and surgery may cause temporary or permanent infertility.

Clinicians and researchers at UPMC and the Magee-Womens Research Institute are pioneering the translation of new fertility options to the clinic. In coordination with your physician, they can provide rapid access to fertility consultation, information, and therapies.

For more information, please visit Magee-Womens Hospital's website or call
412-641-7475.

Why Choose Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program for Care?

Both UPMC and Magee-Womens Hospital are recognized as leading hospitals for cancer care in the United States.

Our blend of clinical expertise and innovative research dedicated to breast cancer prevention and treatment ensures you receive the most comprehensive breast care available.

» Learn more about Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program.

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