Specialized Care for Women Under Age 50 Facing Breast Cancer

Each year in the United States alone, nearly 11,000 women under 50 will be told that they have breast cancer.

While a breast cancer diagnosis is overwhelming at any age, women diagnosed under age 50 face a unique set of challenges at a time in a woman’s life when she should be most supported.

At the Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program, we are dedicated to providing you with knowledge, guidance, encouragement, and comfort.

The resources for young women with breast cancer were developed to:

Learn more about resources available to young women facing breast cancer, and more about the experts at Magee.

Thank you to Glimmer of Hope for its support of the Breast Cancer Program. Visit the Glimmer of Hope website to learn more, or call, 1-800-454-6746.

Contact Us

For more information about any of the services offered at the Magee-Womens Breast Cancer Program, please call toll-free 1-866-MyMagee (1-866-696-2433).

To ask any of our experts a question, please e-mail,

To reach the Magee-Womens Foundation, call 412-641-8977.

Second Opinions

For patients seeking second opinions about mammography studies, call 1-800-649-4077.

For patients seeking second opinions from a cancer specialist, call 1-866-MyMagee (1-866-696-2433).​

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