Published by: Post and Courier
Breast cancer surgeons in North Charleston recently launched "a New Year's resolution reboot" to encourage women to get out and exercise.
"Exercise is taking a more prominent role in the treatment of breast cancer," said Dr. Jennifer Fiorini, co-owner of The Breast Place. "Cardiovascular exercise three
Published by: Moultrie News
Right in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Breast Place is celebrating six years of helping women navigate their breast cancer treatment. To date, The Breast Place has treated over 6,000 patients, a major milestone for the company.
Serving as the only female-founded breast health facility
Coinciding with the last week of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Jennifer Beatty and Dr. Jennifer Fiorini, owners of and breast cancer surgeons at The Breast Place, will speak to groups throughout Charleston to generate awareness and educate women on the importance of being proactive with their breast care - offering much
Dr. Beatty discusses breast cancer treatment to women who are on hormone replacement therapy.
Dr. Jennifer Beatty, Dr. Jennifer Fiorini, and Maureen Murphy, PA-C created a YouTube channel to share cutting edge breast health information with all of you!
"The work of Wanda Weart and Sue Trent, along with referring physician Dr. Jennifer Beatty and the breast health navigator at RSFH, has changed the lives of hundreds of people. In 2014, they helped 155 women obtain screening mammograms. They tracked 34 women who were considered at high risk, even though some of them were
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 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