After Diagnosis

Have you been told you may have a breast problem or received a diagnosis of breast cancer? Our team of physicians and specially-trained nurses is here to help.

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Your Breast Navigator

Experiencing a breast problem is frightening  and overwhelming without the added difficulty of navigating a complex healthcare delivery system.

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The Redesigned Breast HealthCare Center at Missouri Baptist

Whatever you think you know about mammograms, add comfort. Take a tour and learn more about the newly redesigned Breast HealthCare Center at MoBap - where 3D mammography is the standard of care.

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Breast HealthCare Center Certified as Center of Excellence

The National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program has re-certified the Breast HealthCare Center at Missouri Baptist Medical Center as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence.

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Breast Cancer Risk Assessment & Genetic Counseling

The Breast Cancer Risk Assessment & Genetic Counseling Program at Missouri Baptist Medical Center provides comprehensive breast cancer screenings and customized surveillance plan for patients with an increased risk of breast cancer.

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A Survivor's Story

Theresa Taylor wasn’t looking for a new job. She enjoyed her career in risk management, first with BJC HealthCare and then at Missouri Baptist. But then an opportunity came along early in 2013 that she felt “seemed just right.”  As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Theresa realized she might be able to help others, as so many have done for her.

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Alissa Nicks, founder of Alissa’s Hope, presents her fourth annual gift of $5,000 to MoBap’s Breast HealthCare Center (BHCC).

Donations from Alissa’s Hope Provide Financial Help for Patients

Alissa Nicks, founder of Alissa’s Hope, and Dan Schultz, a volunteer with Alissa’s Hope, continued the charity's tradition of providing funds for screenings that can save lives, awarding grants to two MoBap cancer screening programs.

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Breast HealthCare Center introduces online scheduling

Book your screening mammogram at our Breast HealthCare Center online.

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3D Mobile Mammography Van Delivers Care to Rural Missouri

The Breast HealthCare Center's Mobile Mammography van brings routine screening mammography services to neighborhoods across St. Louis and towns in rural Missouri.

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Breast Self-Exam: How To

Breast self-exam is done once a month so that you become familiar with the usual appearance and feel of your own breasts. The best time to do a breast self-exam is two to three days after the end of your period, when your breasts are less likely to be tender or swollen.

If you discover anything unusual, such as lumps, discharge from the nipple or dimpling or puckering of the skin, you should see your doctor at once. Remember, eight out of 10 biopsied breast lumps are not cancer.

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