The Breast Place News and Events



Apr 12, 2012
Dr. Jennifer Fiorini has joined The Breast Place in North Charleston

Dr. Jennifer Fiorini has joined The Breast Place in North Charleston as a surgeon. She is certified by the American Board of Surgery. She has a medical degree from and completed a general surgery residency at the Medical University of South Carolina.

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Mar 20, 2012
Beatty Receives School of Oncoplastic Surgery Certificate

For immediate release– Dr. Jennifer Beatty, a breast surgeon with The Breast Place, has completed CME at the School of Oncoplastic Surgery. This designation is given through the American Society of Breast Disease Advanced Multidisciplinary Breast Care.

The Breast Place is a center for integrated breast disease with locations in North Charleston and Mt. Pleasant.

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Feb 22, 2012
Dr. Jennifer Fiorini Joins the Breast Place

The Breast Place announces the addition of Dr. Jennifer Fiorini to the team. Dr. Fiorini joins Dr. Jenn

Beatty at the 2910 Tricom Street location.

Dr. Fiorini is a fellow with the American College of Surgeons, and a member of the American Medical Association and SC Medical

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Jan 24, 2012
Raymond Johnson is beating breast cancer

(WCIV) Dec 15, 2011 – His baby face is noticeable now without the beard. There’s a slight smile, but there is plenty of anxiety as Raymond Johnson is wheeled down a long hallway into an operating room.

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Oct 05, 2011
Trident Cancer Center Offers Minimally Invasive Treatment

(Summerville Journal-Scene) A patient of Dr Beatty’s receives brachytherapy and describes her experience and medical team.

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Aug 19, 2011
State to Cover Man’s Breast Cancer Care

(Post & Courier) Follow up story to Raymond Johnson’s fight to receive breast cancer coverage from Medicaid—a happy ending!

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Aug 07, 2011
Treatment Denied: Cross Resident With Breast Cancer Disqualified for Medicaid Program Because He Is A Man

(Front Page: Post & Courier) Dr Beatty’s patient, Raymond Johnson, faced gender discrimination when he was fighting his breast cancer. Dr Beatty and the staff of Charleston Cancer Center were advocates for Mr. Johnson until he received the coverage he deserved.

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