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Published on April 04, 2016

Breast Cancer Today

Breast Cancer Today eventAccording to experts, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. But what are the risks of breast cancer today? What are the best methods of detection, and what current surgical interventions are available?

Join physicians and providers from the Foley Cancer Center and Rutland General Surgery for an in-depth discussion on the latest information and treatment of breast cancer and how medical and surgical interventions work together to treat cancer. The informative session will be held on Thursday, May, 12 from 6-8pm at the Franklin Conference Center in the Howe Center, 1 Scale Avenue, Rutland, VT. Presenters include Allan Eisemann, MD and Rick Lovett, MD from the Foley Cancer Center, Loreen Eddy, RN from the Breast Care Program and Matthew A. Conway, MD, FACS from Rutland General Surgery.

Light refreshments will be served and pre-registration is required for this free event. Online registration is available, or call 802.772.2400.

About Rutland Regional Medical Center

Rutland Regional Medical Center is the second largest healthcare facility in Vermont with a national reputation for outstanding patient care, nursing excellence and innovation. US News & World Report has recognized Rutland Regional as one of America’s Best Hospitals to receive common care, and Healthgrades® named Rutland Regional among the top 10% in the Nation for Outstanding Patient Experience and Patient Safety, along with “high performing” designations for its clinical performance in Pacemaker Procedures, Prostate Surgery and Total Knee Replacement. Recently designated for a second time, Rutland Regional is a Magnet® hospital, providing the highest level of recognition for quality nursing care.


Media Contact: Bernadette C. Robin, 802.772.2843 or

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