Learn about updates in breast and gynecologic cancer management in these on-demand presentations from the Women’s Cancer Series. Develop a deeper understanding of advances in diagnosis and treatment to help your patients achieve their best outcomes.

Session 1 | June 22, 2021

Advances in Breast
Cancer Management

Screening Mammography Timing and Dense Breast Imaging

Jean Jingzhi Bao, MD
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Breast Cancer Incidence, Risk, and Surgical Options

Jacqueline Tsai, MD
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Breast Reconstruction: Sensation and Lymphatic Preservation

Dung Nguyen, MD, PharmD
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Session 2 | OCTOBER 18, 2021

Breast and Gynecologic
Cancer Advances

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsies & Who Should Have Them

Kimberly Sue Stone, MD
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Making Progress in Ovarian Cancer

Oliver Dorigo, MD, PhD
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Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) for Metastatic Gynecologic Cancer

Amer Karam,  MD
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Managing Triple-Negative & Hereditary Breast Cancer

Melinda L. Telli,  MD
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FAQs


Stanford Medicine hosts a range of webinars and events on clinical care and research. For CME credit opportunities, visit the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education. Sessions in the Women’s Cancer Series are not available for CME credit.


Please refer your patient online using PRISM, by calling our Transfer Center at 1-800-800-1551, or by faxing in a referral form. Visit our Community Physician Hub to learn more.


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The Stanford Women’s Cancer Center treats patients with breast and gynecologic cancers, combining medical innovation with a commitment to supportive, attentive care. It is affiliated with the Stanford Cancer Institute, an NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.

RESOURCES

The Stanford Women’s Cancer Center has clinics in Emeryville, Palo Alto, Pleasanton, San Jose, and Turlock. Plastic surgery is available in Palo Alto and San Jose. The Breast Cancer Program and the Gynecologic Cancer Program provide specialized expertise in treating every stage and subtype of breast and gynecologic cancers and are affiliated with the Stanford Cancer Institute, an NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.