Sutter Cancer Centers
- Breast Matters, Roseville - Wed., Oct. 23, 5:30 - 8 p.m.
View flyer - Brest Matters (pdf) or register by calling (530) 852-0278.
- Breast Matters, Auburn - Mon., Oct. 28, 5:30 - 8 p.m.
View flyer - Breast Matters (Auburn) (pdf) or register by calling (530) 852-0278
- Gurvinder Shaheed, M.D., and patient Amber Small discuss her breast cancer journey. Read the story about Amber's Breast Cancer Journey (opens in a new window)
- Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital achieved a three-year accreditation with commendation from the Commission on Cancer. Read the story about Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital's three-year accreditation (opens in a new window)
- The Breast Cancer Program earned a noteworthy accreditation. Read the story about Sutter's Breast Cancer Program (opens in a new window)
- The BMT Program received an important national accreditation. Read the story about the BMT Program (opens in a new window)
- Patient Adina Rivera needs a bone marrow transplant. The BMT team at Sutter Medical Center Sacramento, including Michael Carroll, M.D., is working hard to help her. Watch the story on bone marrow (opens in a new window)
- Amy Beazizo, R.N., expresses her gratitude about a donation made to The Breast Health Center at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Read the story on The Breast Health Center (opens in a new window)
- Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital Brings Look Good...Feel Better Program to the Community. Read the story on the Look Good Feel Better Program (opens in a new window)
- Kim Van Ysseldyk, N.P., provided clinical commentary regarding cancer risk assessment for a Sacramento Magazine story, Overcoming Your Genetics. Read the story on Cancer Risk Assessment (opens in a new window)
- Lisa Guirguis, M.D., and Maude Blundell, certified genetics counselor, featured in Stockton Record story about cancer genetic counseling. Read the story on genetic counseling (opens in a new window)
- Amy Beazizo, R.N., clinical manager and breast health nurse, Sutter Cancer Center, featured in Sacramento Magazine. Read the story on Sutter Cancer Center (opens in a new window)
Breast cancer did not stand a chance against Debbie. The 51-year-old teacher emerged from two surgeries and six weeks of radiation treatment with her unique sense of humor intact.
Debbie even shared her humor with the staff at Sutter Solano Cancer Center during her radiation sessions. “I had those people in stitches,” she says. “It is what it is, so I decided to make it fun.” The outstanding support she received from the staff at Sutter as well as her students fueled her determination to beat cancer. “I wouldn’t have made it without them,” she says.
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