About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.
The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (1998) requires insurance providers to cover all stages of breast reconstruction, including symmetry procedures for the contralateral breast.
Your support will help us purchase a handheld 3D scanner to take 3D photographs of breast cancer patients.
Our research found that almost all women considering breast reconstruction surgery want to see pictures of other women’s reconstruction outcomes, but only about half (55%) are shown pictures by their healthcare providers.
We've mentored more than 140 undergraduate students in cancer research in the Biomedical Informatics Lab.
The average American knows about 600 people. How many of the 600 people you know are cancer survivors?
276,480 American women are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020
Each year, approximately 12,150 women under age 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer
The annual cost of training a graduate student in cancer research is $45,474