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  • Genetic Cancer Testing Becoming More Affordable
    WSAV-TV (NBC), Savannah, GA

    Dr. Moya Griffin, breast surgeon, and Gayle Patel, a genetic counselor at Texas Oncology weigh-in on the subject of more affordable BRCA testing, as well as not being lulled into a false sense of security by negative test results.

  • Doctor Discusses Breast Cancer Awareness
    KXAS-TV (NBC, Dallas-Fort Worth)

    More than 200,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Dr. Angela Seda of Texas Breast Specialists–Arlington and Bedford helps shed light on this disease by sharing more information on screening guidelines and risk factors.

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: The Big Questions Answered
    WFAA-TV (ABC), Dallas

    Texas Oncology-Methodist Charlton Cancer Center's Breast Surgeon Dr. Allison DiPasquale offers important information about the importance of monthly self-exams in the campaign for early detection of breast cancer.

  • Allison A. DiPasquale, M.D. Joins Texas Breast Specialist

    Breast surgical oncologist Allison A. DiPasquale, M.D., has joined the leading-edge cancer care team at Texas Breast Specialists. Dr. DiPasquale will practice primarily at Texas Breast Specialists–Methodist Charlton Cancer Center and secondarily at Texas Breast Specialists–Methodist Dallas Cancer Center.

  • 3D Mammography Arrives in Amarillo

    New 3D mammography offered at Texas Breast Specialists–Amarillo, a first for Amarillo, may save more lives by diagnosing breast cancer at earlier, more treatable stages.

  • Angela Seda, M.D. is the Newest Physician to Join Texas Breast Specialists

    Dr. Angela Seda, a fellowship-trained breast surgeon, has joined the leading-edge cancer care teams at Texas Breast Specialists. She will practice at Texas Breast Specialists–Arlington.

  • Breast Cancer Affecting Younger Amarillo Women
    NewsChannel10.com (Website of KFDA-TV), Amarillo

    Doctors are finding local women are being diagnosed with breast cancer at a younger age.

  • The Truth About Breast Cancer
    YourHoustonNews.com (Website of The Pasadena Citizen), Pasadena

    Despite the high survival rate of breast cancer, Dr. Jamie Terry at Texas Oncology hears many misconceptions and myths about the disease from her patients