One of the biggest hurdles facing women seeking care for breast cancer is finding a doctor who can treat them effectively.
With nearly 40% of all women diagnosed with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy, there are some doctors out there who are willing to prescribe the medication, but those treatments aren’t always effective.
And that means you might end up paying more than what you should.
That’s why we created a new service to help you figure out what’s covered in your doctor’s office and how much it will cost.
We created the Breast Cancer Helpline, which helps you find out what you’re entitled to, and how to find out if your doctor will pay for your care.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best breast cancer centers in the country.
Read on to learn about how we’ve found the best cancer centers.
Cleveland Clinic gynecologist We are an absolute top choice for women with breast cancers, especially when the cost is low.
We are a specialist in reproductive health and treatment, and offer a wide variety of services to women in our community.
The Cleveland Clinic is also one of the most cost-effective cancer centers for breast health care, thanks to a long-standing network of local doctors, specialists, nurses, and other professionals who share the same commitment to breast health as we do.
We have specialists who specialize in breast cancer diagnosis, cancer care coordination, treatment, screening, and follow-up, as well as the ability to coordinate and coordinate other cancer care.
Our comprehensive medical teams are also highly trained in cancer care, as evidenced by our number of trained experts in our specialty areas: breast, ovarian, uterine, and ovarian cancer.
Our breast health services are available to all women, including women with cancer or other health issues who are uninsured or underinsured.
For more information, go to breastcancerhelpline.com or call (800) 668-2469.
St. Luke’s gynecologists The St. Louis-based St. Vincent de Paul Medical Center is one of only a handful of gynecologic centers that can treat cancer patients who are not women, with the same comprehensive cancer care that is available at the Cleveland Clinic.
Our medical staffs have extensive experience with breast and ovarian cancers, and we have specialists and a number of specialists who can specialize in all kinds of cancers, including breast cancer.
You can learn more about breast cancer treatment at St. Mary’s Medical Center, located in St. Joseph, Missouri, where you can get cancer screenings, cancer education and screening, breast cancer tests and consultations, and breast cancer exams.
You’ll find out how to get cancer screening at the St. Michael’s Medical Centre, located at St Michael’s Hospital, in St Louis, Missouri.
You’re also eligible for free screenings in the hospital’s cancer care unit.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BYU) This prestigious Brigham and Woman’s Hospital offers a variety of health services, including cervical, oesophageal, ovarian and ovarian-related cancer screenings and testing.
We also offer cancer screenings to women who are underinsured or uninsured.
You might not be able to get an appointment with us, but we can make appointments for you.
You will get an answer to your questions about your health, and if we’re able to help, we’ll also get an estimate for the cost of the tests and screenings.
University of Michigan Health System gynecopsychiatry We are the most expensive breast cancer center in the U.S., but our gynecoreceptors have a reputation for being among the best in the nation.
They specialize in a wide range of cancers that can affect your life, including ovarian, oophorectomy, endometrial, uteroid, breast, uteri, endocrine, and endometriosis.
Our gynecoplasics are experts in screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow up.
They can perform the following procedures and tests: screening for cervical cancer, endoscopy to check for ovarian cancer, biopsy for endometria, biopsies for ovarian, endosymbiotic uterine cancer, ovarian cancer screening for endocrine tumors, endo-ovarian surgery for endo uterine tumors, uteroplasty for uterine oophoresis, endocervical cancer screening, endoscopic breast cancer surgery, endodontic cancer surgery and endoscopies, endovascular surgery, colonoscopy, endocrinological endocrine surgery, breast endoscopic breast cancer screening and endoctopic oophoric cancer screening.
You could find out more about cancer care at health.byu.edu.
You are also eligible to get free screening in the medical unit, which is also called the hospital gynecarectomy unit.
You may find out about screening at a Brigham and women’s hospital