Comprehensive Breast Cancer Treatments
When it comes to treating breast cancer, every patient is different. At the USC Breast Center, our comprehensive breast cancer treatment options allow us to create a customized plan for patients with all types and stages of breast cancer.
Whether you need a lumpectomy, mastectomy, breast reconstruction or lymphedema treatment, our skilled surgeons will provide you with the most advanced breast cancer surgery options available. Our medical oncologists will help you select the most appropriate hormone therapy or chemotherapy for breast cancer, while our radiation oncologists will leverage the latest technology and radiation therapy techniques.
Our genetic counselors can help you to determine your genetic risk for cancer, including screening for the BRCA mutation, while our occupational and physical therapists will teach you how to modify your activities and optimize your day-to-day functioning. Our psycho-oncologist can also provide mental health support before, during and after your breast cancer treatment.
Because there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach, we’ve designed an integrated, comprehensive suite of breast cancer treatment options that can be customized to you.
Our breast cancer treatment offerings
- Breast cancer surgery
- Chemotherapy for breast cancer
- Comprehensive treatment plans
- Genetic testing
- Hormone therapy for breast cancer
- Lymphedema surgery
- Mental health support
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Radiotherapy for breast cancer
- Research-based treatments
Find out more about what the USC Breast Center has to offer.
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