BMC’s Breast Cancer Program team is here for you from diagnosis through the end of your treatment, with comprehensive care built around you and your life, not your cancer. Our team-based approach provides rapid access personalized care, streamlined patient visits, and care navigation, all to help make sure your cancer journey is as smooth as possible.

Location and Contact

Cancer Center

From support groups to innovative treatments like CAR T-cell therapy and everything in-between, our multidisciplinary teams provide you with the expertise and support you need fro…

Breast Imaging Center

BMC's Breast Imaging Center of Excellence helps women stay healthy with state-of-the-art mammography services.

Breast Health Center

Our Breast Health Program takes a coordinated multi-specialty approach to care, so you can get personalized and streamlined diagnosis, treatment, and support.

Interventional Radiology

Our highly skilled team provides comprehensive interventional radiology services, including minimally invasive procedures.
“She don’t treat you like a patient,” said Iris. “She really treats you like family and she takes the time to talk to you, she’s never in a hurry to get through a conversation... I love her spirit, I love her kindness.”
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Iris Mathis speaks on her battles with breast cancer, on BMC Ig takeover. She is still going through chemo.

Information You May Need

Belkin Breast Health Center
Education and Training

Hematology/Oncology Fellowship

The BMC hematology/oncology fellowship prepares fellows for sub-specialty certification in both medical oncology and hematology. The fellowship provides educational and clinical opportunities at two sites: Boston Medical Center and the Boston VA Hospital, and also includes extensive clinical and basic research.

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Breast Cancer Research

BMC offers a number of clinical trials specifically for breast cancer patients. Promising new techniques in the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with cancer are tested in these studies. The number and types of clinical trials available are constantly changing.