Did You Know? Your Patient’s Health During and After Breast Cancer Treatment

Did you know?

Did you know that our job, as ob-gyns, does not end after referring our patient for breast cancer treatment? ACOG Vice President of Advocacy Barbara Levy explains that paying attention to a patient’s gynecologic health, fertility, and bone health is important during and after breast cancer screening.

Learn more with ACOG's Resource Overview on Breast Cancer.

See more Breast Cancer Awareness Month videos:

For Women

Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines: Did You Know?
Breast Self-Awareness: Did You Know?
Breast Cancer and Hereditary: Did You Know?
Breast Cancer Early Detection: Did You Know?

For Providers

Breast Cancer Screening: Did You Know?
Breast Cancer and Genetic Testing: Did You Know?
Evaluating Patients’ Hereditary Breast Cancer Risk: Did You Know?

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Pamela Scarrow
Director, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
pscarrow@acog.org    
Choosing Wisely

Lauren Lemieux
Senior Program and Research Associate, Strategic Health Care Initiatives
quality@acog.org  
Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM), Council on Patient Safety, Did You Know? Videos, How I Practice Videos, ReVITALize, Women’s Health Registry Alliance

Lisa Ruffin Schauf
Administrative Manager
lruffinschauf@acog.org  
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