This week, the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper’s breast health team held “Dense Breast and Abnormal Breast Imaging,” an opportunity for women to learn more about the management of abnormalities found on mammograms and how having dense breasts can affect their risk for breast cancer. Twenty-six women attended this interactive program, which was presented by Beth Ann Quattrocchi, APN, Pauline Germaine, DO, and Vivian Bea, MD. Read more.
Join A. Leilani Fahey, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, as she discusses the opportunities and challenges of breast reduction for the female adolescent. Dr. Fahey will touch on body image, emotional and physical discomfort, unwanted attention, and other issues some teens encounter with large breasts. And, the long term effects, risks, insurance coverage and more. The presentation is followed by a Q&A. Read more.
The Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Cooper is offering a new integrative medicine program.
“The Cooper Integrative Medicine Program for Women is committed to serving and healing the whole person by addressing the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and environmental influences that affect a woman’s health,” according to David M. Nocchi, MD, who will lead the program along with Meena R. Read more.
Center Named in Honor of the Ripa Family, Long-Time Cooper Supporters
Cooper University Health Care executive leaders and local officials gathered on April 3, 2014, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness in Voorhees, NJ. The center is named in honor of the Ripa family, longtime Cooper supporters. Camden County Clerk Joe Ripa was in attendance at the event representing the family at the dedication. Read more.