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BRCA Gene Mutations, Breast Cancer, and World-class Expertise    

BRCA1 and BRCA2  are  genes  that normally have the role of providing instructions on repairing damage and preventing cancer in our bodies. Inherited mutations in these genes increase the risk of breast, ovarian, and several other cancers.

We invite you to join UCSF's distinguished experts: Heather Greenwood, MD; Alan Ashworth, PhD, FRS; Pamela Munster, MD; Mindy Goldman, MD; and cancer survivor and patient advocate Laura Holmes Haddad, author of This is Cancer: Everything You Need to Know, from the Waiting Room to the Bedroom, for refreshments and conversation. Whether you know your BRCA status or need to learn more, this gathering will help you understand genetic risks and how they affect health outcomes. CME Credits available.
Meet Some of the Breast Imaging Cancer Experts 

Nola Hylton, PhD

Dr. Hylton has been integrally involved in the development of magnetic resonance imaging for the detection, diagnosis, and staging of breast cancer for over 20 years. She is c o-director of the Breast Cancer Research Inte rest Group, and director of the Breast Imaging Research Group.

Bonnie Joe, MD, PhD

Dr. Joe is chief of Breast Imaging. In addition to her considerable research on imaging and breast cancer, Dr.  Joe supports women's health through her tireless advocacy  for early, regular breast cancer screening.

Heather Greenwood, MD

Dr. Greenwood is an assistant professor of Clinical 
Radiology in the Breast Imaging section at UCSF. Her professional interests include breast MRI, high-risk breast cancer screening, and resident and fellow education.

Oct. 24 BRCA Breast Cancer Event with CME Credit

Considering BRCA Genes: Knowledge Improves Outcomes

Presented by  UCSF Imaging and the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

We invite you to join UCSF's world-class experts who are changing the landscape for those affected by BRCA breast cancer. 

Heather Greenwood, MD; Alan Ashworth, PhD, FRS; Pamela Munster, MD; and Mindy Goldman, MD; and cancer survivor and patient advocate Laura Holmes Haddad, author of  This is Cancer: Everything You Need to Know, From the Waiting Room to the Bedroom, will gather for panel discussion followed by refreshments and conversation with the public. CME credits are available. 

Tue, Oct. 24, 2017
6-8 p.m. 
UCSF Mission Bay Campus, Byers Auditorium, Genentech Hall
600 16th St.
San Francisco, CA 94158
Parking at Community Center Garage at 1675 Owens St., UCSF Mission Bay Campus.

Reception with unique foods and live jazz following the panel discussion.

Link here to register. 
Osher Mini Medical School for the Public
Save the Date(s) 

Thursdays this fall from Oct. 12 - Nov. 16
at UCSF Parnassus Campus, from 7-8:30 pm
This season's Radiology topic: 
Personalized Medicine Powered by Precision Imaging

Meet world-renowned experts from the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging who are using and developing new, innovative precision imaging tools to enhance diagnosis, improve disease monitoring, and optimize treatment in the individual patient. In close partnership with subspecialty physicians from other UCSF departments, radiologists are now able to use these tools to pinpoint and better treat disorders such as prostate cancer, breast cancer, and degenerative spine and joint disease at earlier stages. This series of lectures will explain how emerging technologies - including specific artificial intelligence platforms - will rely upon imaging to dramatically improve accuracy, safety, and outcomes for patients in the very near future. To register, link here.

About Us 

The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the 
University of California, San Francisco, is a leading health sciences center  focused on serving patients, conducting research,  and training the  next generation of radiologists. 

We are proud to have some of the foremost names in diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional radiology developing promising new approaches to identify and treat disease. We are a patient-centered team, and are proud that the community recognizes us  for our compassion and care.

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