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A mammogram is a black and white image of your breast that is used to screen for cancerous or pre-cancerous tumors. Regularly scheduled mammograms, along with monthly self breast exams, are one of the best ways to detect the signs of early breast cancer. Breast cancer treated in its early stages means a better chance of recovery.
We offer mammography at Clovis Community and Community Regional medical centers. Both use advanced digital technology for faster and more discerning images.
We’ve assembled the most experienced and complete breast care team in central California at the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center.
Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center
Early Detection • Advanced Treatment • Comprehensive Care
We take a different approach to breast care – a complete approach. We not only have state-of-the-art imaging technology for detecting breast conditions, but also a complete team of specialists for follow-up when needed.
Our facility was the first in the world to offer Gen 4 CyberKnife® technology. The technology is changing the way doctors treat patients with otherwise inoperable tumors.
When the time came to choose her high school community service project, senior Devon Grant had one thought — mom. Devon’s mother had just been diagnosed with breast cancer in June and was preparing for her surgery at the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center at Clovis Community Medical Center.
Prior to creating our Lung Nodule Program, the average patient with lung cancer in the Central Valley waited almost three months for a diagnosis and treatment plan. Part of this delay was the complexity of decisions and the need for multiple specialists to be involved in the decisions.
When faced with a possible malignancy or tumor, one of the most overwhelming aspects of the process is navigating through the multitude of doctor appointments and procedures. Not only can it be a challenge to coordinate, but it can waste valuable time.
Lung cancer is one of the top three cancers that affects Valley residents and often starts as a small nodule, lesion or mass of tissue on the lung. While many nodules are benign, cancerous nodules can grow quickly and require immediate attention and follow up. If caught in early stages, you have more options and positive outcomes.