Keck Medicine of USC
Univeristy of Southern California
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC is the University of Southern California’s medical enterprise, one of only two university-owned academic medical centers in the Los Angeles area.

USC Breast Center

First Steps After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, and you may feel unsure about what to do next. One of your first important decisions is choosing whom to entrust with your breast cancer care. Depending on your diagnosis, you might need a breast cancer surgeon, medical oncologist or radiation oncologist. These people and others will become your breast cancer treatment team — and your partners in your breast cancer journey.

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At the USC Breast Center, we have a highly skilled and compassionate group of breast cancer experts to be your partners, from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up care to survivorship. This dedicated team of breast surgeons, plastic surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, genetic counselors, dieticians and psychiatrists works collectively to create a plan that is centered around you.

Our tailored, patient-centered approach to cancer treatment begins on your very first visit, whether you are seeing an individual health care provider or you are meeting your entire breast care team at our multidisciplinary breast clinic.

Our offerings

  • Comprehensive care
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Integrated approach
  • Partners in care
  • Patient-centered philosophy
  • Same-day consensus opinion


Find out more about what the USC Breast Center has to offer.

Care Centered Around You

Care Centered Around You

Learn more about our multidisciplinary breast clinic.

Meet our team

Meet Our Team

Find out who we are and our areas of expertise.

News and Stories

Meet Jason Ye, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology

Dr. Ye is a radiation oncologist at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at Keck Medicine of USC. He specializes in a wide array of advanced radiation treatment techniques for people with lung, breast, brain and spine tumors. Here’s what you won’t find on his resume. He can’t wait to swim with manta rays in Kona.

Should You Get a 3-D Mammogram?

3-D mammography is the latest innovation in breast cancer screening technology, but how is it different from traditional 2-D screening? Here’s what you need to know. Mammograms have been a mainstay in breast cancer screening for a long time, and for good reason: Early detection can save lives. A mammogram, or X-ray image of the