- Breast Cancer Program / TeamBillings Clinic Cancer Center
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801 North 29th St
Billings, MT 59101
The breast cancer program multidisciplinary team is lead by program leaders Scott Dull, MD and Christopher Goulet, MD and Billings Clinic patient care navigators Kathy Aders, RN and Mary Lou Iverson, RN, OCN.
Other team members include a medical oncologist, radiologist, pathologist, mammography technician, breast diagnostic navigator, physical therapist, and genetic counselor.
The focus of this multidisciplinary team is to provide compassionate and coordinated care for individuals with breast cancer through medical expertise, education, and support services. Given the collaborative medical model of Billings Clinic, individuals with abnormal breast findings have streamlined access to the core group of experts involved in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer.
Services offered through this multidisciplinary approach include:
- Prevention education
- Genetic counseling and testing
- Genetic counselor
- Screening and diagnostics, providing highly-personalized care through state-of-the-art technology such as mammography, ultrasound, MRI, image-guided and minimally invasive breast biopsies
- Surgery, including breast conserving and reconstructive surgery
- Medical oncology, including access to innovating clinical trials
- Radiation oncology, including external beam therapy and high dose rate brachytherapy
- Patient care navigation
- Support groups and counseling
- Individual and community education
- Physical therapy and lymphedema care
- Nutritional education and support
- Symptom management
- Financial counseling
Our clinical trial program has over 23 studies available investigating the latest chemotherapeutic and targeted therapy for early and metastatic breast cancer. We are also involved in trials for prevention of breast cancer.
Treatment options for breast cancer often involves combined treatment modalities. Because of this, members of the multidisciplinary team participate in a Breast Tumor Board twice a month to review cases and ensure best treatment practices are offered to patients.
Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
This interactive tool is designed to estimate a woman's risk of developing invasive breast cancer.