What's Best for Breasts 2020 (9.19.20)
Due to COVID-19, What's Best For Breasts? A Conversation with Duke Clinicians will be held online only this year on Saturday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon.
This community symposium is free to the public and includes interactive information sessions and Q & A panels with some of the leading experts in breast health.
Hot topics will include breast imaging, genetic testing, breast cancer risk assessment, women’s health, breast cancer prevention, breast cancer 101, and more!
List of Speakers
Colin Champ, MD; Duke Radiation Oncologist
Sharon Clancy, MD; Duke Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Keelia Clemens, PhD; Duke Genetic Counselor
Gayle DiLalla, MD; Duke Breast Surgeon
Lola Fayanju, MD; Director of the Breast Clinic at the Durham VA; Surgical Lead of Duke Inflammatory Breast Cancer Clinic
Karen Goldstein, MD; Duke Internist and Durham VA Physician in Women's Health Clinic
Samantha Kwan-Verruto, PA, MS; Duke Breast Surgery Physician Assistant
Susan McDuff, MD; Duke Radiation Oncologist
Jennifer Plichta, MD; Director of DCI Breast Risk Assessment Clinic
Sarah Sammons, MD; Duke Medical Oncologist
Michael Taylor-Cho, MD; Duke Breast Radiologist
Kathy Trotter, DNP, FAANP; Duke Breast Surgery Nurse Practitioner
Kelly Westbrook, MD; Duke Medical Oncologist
Pre-registration is required and will be open until September 18, 2020. Only registered participants will receive the link to the event. Be sure to include your email address when you register, so that you can receive the event link.There is no fee to participate.
Memories from Last Year's Event
"Reminder: Make health and wellness your priority, including breast self-awareness and an annual exam as part of your women’s health-Ob/Gyn appointment" — surgical oncologist Jennifer Plichta, MD, MS