Maureen is our newest member to The Breast Place. She has been a certified Physician Assistant for the past five years and is committed to excellent patient care through evidence-based medicine and a desire to treat overall patient needs.
Before joining The Breast Place, Maureen practiced Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore,
When Summer Flynn felt a large lump in her breast earlier this year, she insists she wasn't worried. "I was not at all concerned. I had no family history and I was nursing, which is typically supposed to lower your risk of breast cancer," the 37-year-old said. But the 3.8 centimeter tumor wasn't
The Breast Place has participated in the NBRST study of breast cancer molecular subtyping. This technology allows the treatment team to better understand the type of tumor a woman has so that her care plan can be customized for her, including aggressive interventions when needed, and avoiding any unnecessary medications that would
The Breast Place is proud to announce that they now have 3 locations to better serve the patients of Charleston and the surrounding area. The main office remains inside of the Charleston Cancer Center at 2910 Tricom Street, Suite 201, Charleston, SC 29406 which is right next to Trident Hospital. The other locations
Charleston WCSC Channel 5 reports on Raymond Johnson, The Breast Place male breast cancer patient. You can watch the video by clicking here:
Thank you to St. James AME Church in Summerville for inviting The Breast Place to speak on Saturday, October 27th, about breast health. Dr. Jennifer Fiorini and Lisa Wetzig from The Breast Place participated, and met a lovely group of ladies. We spoke about breast cancer risk factors, disspelled some breast cancer
Watch Warren Pepper’s interview of Dr. Fiorini and Dr. Beatty from The Breast Place.
Watch the Breast Place on Lowcountry Live by clicking the link below. Dr. Jennifer Beatty and Lisa Wetzig from the Breast Place discusses the launch of The Pink Ladies Support Group. The first meeting is Monday November 5th, 2012 at the Breast Place office in North Charleston. Please visit our website or
Lowcountry Women Get Much Needed Mammograms
For Immediate release- Many know that early detection of breast cancer can save lives, but for some women the cost of a mammogram is still too high. Thanks to a grant from the Lowcountry affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, some women from Johns Island,