Archive for the ‘PBP News’ Category

Should Where You Live Determine Whether or Not You Need Surgery Following a Core Needle Biopsy?

Our book chapter on how women are treated disparately following a core needle breast biopsy of a “high risk” lesion has now been published in the current issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America. My colleague from Harvard Medical School and I want women to know that the current data in the breast cancer literature [...]

Upcoming SBPC Speaking Engagements

San Antonio, March 3, 2011: “Practical Approaches to Challenging Breast Lesions in Everyday Practice” Las Vegas, March 14-15, 2011: “The Importance of Second Opinions in Breast Pathology” “Breast Pathology for Non-Pathologists” Chicago, May 3-4, 2011: “Controversies on High Risk Lesions at Core Biopsy: Radiology and Pathology Perspectives”

Visit Our Poster Presentation at the 20th Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center Meeting in Las Vegas March 20-24, 2010

Our poster “High Risks Breast Lesions: Still No Standard of Core”, which we co-authored with Dr. Dianne Georgian-Smith of Harvard Medical School, will be presented at the 20th annual meeting of the National Consortium of Breast Centers this March 20th-24th in Las Vegas.  This is an interdisciplinary meeting of breast healthcare professionals from around the [...]

Phyllodes Tumor Chapter in the 4th Edition of “Diseases of the Breast”

See the updated chapter on Phyllodes Tumors in the fourth edition of Harris’ Diseases of the Breast.

Recent Articles by SBPC

My colleague, Dr. Dianne Georgian-Smith of Harvard Medical School, and I recently wrote a Letter to the Editor to the American Journal of Roentgenology discussing our views on treatment of “high risk” breast lesions diagnosed on core needle biopsy.

Future Presentations by SBPC

March 26th, 2010:  ”Practical Approaches to Challenging Breast Lesions in Everyday Practice” at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology annual meeting, Washington D.C. May 3, 2010: “Controversies on High Risk Lesions at Core Biopsy: Radiology and Pathology Perspectives” at the 2010 Annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society, San Diego.