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Day in the Life of a Breast Cancer Surgeon

In this video, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Terre McGlothin, a board certified Breast Cancer Surgeon about life as a breast cancer surgeon, what a typical day for her is, why she went into the field and tips for all! Dr. Terre Quinn McGlothin is a native of St. Louis, MO. She attended [...]

ON Magazine Features 21 Questions with Dr. McGlothin

How would you describe your life in three words? God blessed me Where did you complete your training? Meharry Medical College Nashville , TN General Surgery, University of Louisville Dept of Surgery Louisville, KY Breast Surgical Oncology, Baylor Univ Medical Center Dallas, TX If you weren’t a doctor, what would you be? An actress or […]

3D Mammography

Recently, you may have been hearing more about a new form of screening mammography called “3D mammography” or “breast tomosynthesis”.  Of course anything that is new has got to be better right?  Well, let’s examine a few facts about breast tomosynthesis , a term used interchangeably with 3D mammography.  Rather than taking two images of the breast […]

Canadian National Breast Screening Study

Wow, I just reviewed the recently published 25 year update form the Canadian National breast Screening Study, which compared screening mammography in women 40-59 to women in the same age group who received physical exam alone annually from their primary care givers.  The study was initiated in 1980, and they have been carefully following this […]

Don’t Leave the Light On For Us

Leaving the a light in the hall on during the night? How about falling asleep with the television or computer screen glaring across the room?  If you’re a breast cancer survivor on Tamoxifen, you might want to rethink some of these old habits. Melatonin is a hormone our bodies naturally produce that promotes sleeping, and […]

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