Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic
The Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic of the Lifespan Cancer Institute at Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and Newport Hospital offers patients the highest level of expertise in breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and support, resulting in:
- Early detection of breast cancer
- Treatments that allow many women to continue their usual activities
- Prompt attention to symptoms caused either by the disease or side effects of treatment
- Integrated facilities that offer patients convenient and prompt care from initial visit through treatment and recovery
Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Team of Experts
Our multidisciplinary teams include many dedicated specialists—surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, nurse navigators, psychiatrists, social workers, pathologists, pharmacists, rehabilitation therapists, nutritionists, and experts in genetics, cancer research and survivorship. Every week, physicians involved in a patient’s care meet in a tumor board to discuss the unique circumstances of the patient’s condition and treatment to provide an appropriate treatment plan.
Because Stephanie Graff, MD is leading breakthrough breast cancer studies at the Lifespan Cancer Institute, her patients have the most current and effective treatments, including hormone therapies, breast conservation surgery, and devices that lessen chemotherapy side effects.
Contact the Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic
For more information or to schedule an appointment with the Lifespan Cancer Institute, please call 1-844-222-2881.
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Cancer Experts in the News
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Stephanie L. Graff, MD, was named "Woman Disruptor of the Year" during the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology conference.
Read "Five Questions with: Dr. Stephanie L. Graff" (Providence Business News, July 10, 2022)
Stephanie L. Graff, MD, discusses breast cancer trials coming to the Lifespan Cancer Institute (Boston Globe, June 21, 2022)
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Over 1,620 hospitals and clinics throughout Rhode Island, here are some featured locations:
Breast Cancer, Rhode Island Hospital
Ambulatory Patient Center (APC Building)
110 Lockwood St.
Providence, RI 02903
High Risk Breast Program, Women's Medicine Collaborative
146 West River Street, 3rd Floor Suite 11D
Providence, RI 02904
Breast Cancer, East Greenwich, RI
Lifespan Ambulatory Care Center
1454 South County Trail, 2nd Floor
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Breast Cancer, Newport Hospital
20 Powel Avenue
Newport, RI 02840
Breast Cancer, The Miriam Hospital
Norman & Rosalie Fain Health Centers (The Fain Building) at The Miriam Hospital
140 Summit Ave, 3rd Floor
Providence, RI 02906