What do our patients have to say about John C. Lincoln's Breast Health and Research Center?
We recognize that choosing a health care provider is a personal decision. So, we thought you might like to hear from our patients — people just like you who would like to share their experiences at our center.
Read Their Stories
After nine surgeries in two years — along with 16 rounds of chemotherapy and 34 radiation treatments — Amanda appreciates the importance of her "girlfriends" at the Breast Health and Research Center, whose "wicked sense of humor" kept her going throughout all phases of treatment.
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In a way that may be hard to imagine, breast cancer transformed Jennifer's life for the good. Throughout diagnosis and treatment at the Breast Health and Research Center, Jennifer met people who "were so supportive and helpful, when they didn't have to be." This kindness and camaraderie, she says, restored her faith in others.
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At just 25 years old, Mikala was working toward her dream career while completing her masters of public administration degree. Her plans came to a screeching halt when she learned of her breast cancer diagnosis. With the support from Breast Health and Research Center staff, Mikala conquered cancer, with a new perspective on life. "I am so grateful for the Breast Health Center and cannot say enough," she says.
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A lifelong musician, Rhayne knows how music can bring great friends together and result in laughter. She found that same spirit of friendship with Linda Greer, MD, during treatment for a suspicious lump in her breast. Dr. Greer, Rhayne writes, "is an amazing lady with an amazing team," and the Breast Health and Research Center is "a friendship circle that provides great care but almost isn't clinical."
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