It’s likely that someone you know will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Learn the signs and symptoms to watch for and what you can do to reduce your risk.
This year there will be an estimated 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed among U.S. women. Chances are you or someone you know will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.
Dr. Jill Klemin, a family physician at Sanford Health in Bismarck, will help you understand the different types of breast cancer, risk factors, and ways to prevent and screen for it.
Jill runs Sanford’s high-risk breast clinic at Sanford. She completed her family medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, and earned her medical degree from the University North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Grand Forks. She has completed additional training in breast health while employed at Sanford Health.
Dr. Jill Klemin's presentation will include statistics on breast cancer and recommendations for reducing risk. She will provide the latest information on breast imaging, such as mammogram, 3D mammogram, MRI, and ultrasound, and the best way to perform a self-breast exam. She will also share information on the signs and symptoms that may signal breast cancer.
She will empower women to be proactive about their breast health.