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Don’t let breast cancer define you — because at Arizona Oncology we sure won’t.
At Arizona Oncology, we believe no two breast cancer patients are alike.
Guided by an expert surgical team, we’re with you every step of the way, developing a personalized plan with leading-edge technology and a holistic healing strategy. Our breast nurse navigator offers support throughout the treatment process, answering questions and coordinating your care.
We take pride in supporting patients and caregivers through their entire journey, collaborating with purpose to make a positive difference during a difficult time. Remember, you are the most important part of your treatment plan. So don’t let breast cancer define you — because we sure won’t.
Patients benefit from our team’s dedication to discovering and delivering innovative treatments, technologies and techniques, including genetic testing and personalized care plans.
CLINICAL TRIALS FOR BREAST CANCER
We are committed to providing better care close to home, including access to clinical trials that allow patients to be among the first to benefit from breakthrough research and therapies.
A DEDICATED AND EXPERT CARE TEAM
Specialized teams of oncologists, researchers, and support staff deliver the highest quality care in the most compassionate way, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.
For years, scientists have been searching for better ways to treat cancer. Advancements in genomics might just be a significant step toward getting there.
Breast Cancer Risk Factors
What are some common signs of breast cancer?
– Change in breast size.
– Red, itchy or irritated breasts.
– Scaly skin irritation.
– Skin texture changes.
– Nipple discharge.
– Change in nipple appearance.
– Swelling in surrounding tissue.
– Lumps in surrounding tissue.
What are the different types of breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Detection & Diagnosis.
Your doctor can check for breast cancer before you have any symptoms. During an office visit, your doctor will ask about your personal and family medical history. You’ll have a physical exam. Your doctor may order one or more imaging tests, such as a mammogram.
How is breast cancer treated?
As with all diseases, your treatment will depend on your personal diagnosis. Common treatment options include surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy.