COVID-19 UPDATES

COVID Update: November 16,2020

To our Patients & Families, Outstanding patient care is at the heart of everything we do, no matter the circumstances. As cases of COVID-19 continue to increase throughout the state of Michigan, we remain committed to your care. We know that cancer isn’t waiting for COVID-19 to pass and we will stand by your side […]

Cancer treatment planning will continue during COVID-19 pandemic

In the wake of COVID-19, cancer care teams must make increasingly complex decisions about the course of treatment for our patients. Care teams cannot meet in person during the pandemic, but we must continue to effectively and accurately serve our patients. Meeting virtually with our multidisciplinary team of medical oncologists, pathologists, surgical oncologists and radiation […]

What you need to know about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a breast cancer patient

If you have breast cancer, you probably have many questions and concerns about COVID-19 … is it safe to continue my treatments, should I cancel my doctor appointments, should I self-quarantine? At Comprehensive Breast Care, we want to make sure you stay as healthy, protected and safe as possible, and receive the most credible information […]

Is it safe to delay radiation due to COVID-19?

This article from Katie Deming, MD, radiation oncologist, may help breast cancer patients who are trying to decide if they should delay their radiation treatment because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Deming talked with radiation oncologists across the US to determine best practices regarding COVID-19. Here are six frequently asked questions to help you decide […]

Do you need an office visit at Comprehensive Breast Care?

We have provided the following recommendations for our patients who are not sure if they need a face-to-face office visit during the COVID-19 pandemic. These are designed for your health and safety. Recommendations are broken into the following priority categories based on patient condition: Priority A: the patient’s condition is immediately life-threatening or clinically unstable; […]