This Week: October 29, 2020
In the final episode of this miniseries, Dr. Fox and Dr. Weltz discuss diagnosing breast cancer through mammograms and biopsy, as well as, treatment options for women who are diagnosed.
Mini Series: Cancer in Women
Dr. Fox interviews Elana Silber, CEO of Sharsheret, a nonprofit support organization for women facing breast and ovarian cancer. They discuss Sharsheret’s virtual support model
In the second part of Dr. Weltz and Dr. Fox’s discussion on breast cancer, they cover treatment and therapies, improving recovery rates, and why breast
In part one of a discussion of breast cancer, Dr. Fox introduces Dr. Christina Weltz, an assistant professor of surgery and surgical oncology at Mount
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Dr. Nathan Fox is an OBGYN with a subspecialty in Maternal Fetal Medicine. He provides obstetrical care and consultations for high-risk pregnancies at Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates in New York City as well as a range of diagnostic and other procedures at Carnegie Imaging for Women.
“We believe that all women deserve excellent, evidence-based, medical care from people who love what they do and cherish the relationship they have with patients and their families.”
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