Valley View Breast Center will present “I’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer! What am I doing?” – The Sun Sopris

Ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, commemorated each October, Valley View Breast Center continues to host its monthly series of free educational webinars as part of the Valley View Education Program, Valley View University ( VVU). VVU is dedicated to providing the community with engaging health education through its world-class physicians.

On Wednesday, September 21, Breast Surgeon Betsy Brew, MD and Valley View Nurse Navigation Team Michelle Spidell, BSN, RN, OCN and Kelli Collison, RN will present the virtual session via Zoom titled “I’ve Been Diagnosed with Breast Cancer! What do I do?”

Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be shocking. In this 20-minute webinar, followed by an open Q&A, Dr. Brew, Spidell and Collison will discuss the steps they take to guide a patient from initial diagnosis through the cancer journey to The healing. This webinar is for women at all stages of life who want to learn more about breast health.

The upcoming program includes:

• Surgical options for breast cancer | Wednesday, October 19, 6 p.m.
– Presented by Betsy Brew, MD, breast surgeon at Valley View Breast Center.

• Breast reconstruction, the light at the end of the tunnel | Wednesday, Nov. 16, 6 p.m.
-Presented by Jennifer Butterfield, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Valley View Breast Center and Valley View Mount Sopris Plastic Surgery.

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