Acquire understanding of BRACA 1 and 2, who is at high risk for breast cancer, and the treatment variations for men in this interesting and informative class.
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Considerations and Special Patients in Mammography
- · Understanding BRACA 1 and 2 – 50 minutes
o What is BRACA 1 and 2
o High Risk People
o Treatment Before Cancer
o Case Studies and Statistics
- · Breast Cancer in Young Women – 50 minutes
o Statistically: How many Young Women get Breast Cancer?
o Most Common Types of Breast CA in Young Women
o Treatment Variations
o Case Studies
- · Men Get Breast Cancer Too
o Statistics for men having breast cancer
o Treatment variations for men
This program provides AHRA Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states. You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.
Sandra Maxey , AAS, RT(R)(M)
Sandra (Sandy) Maxey, R.T.(R)(M) is a mammography consultant with over 35 years experience. Sandy worked as a mammography technologist both in the institution and on the mobile van at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas most all of her career. Her specialities include both analog and digital mammography, needle localizations and galactograms. Sandy graduated from St. Philips College in San Antonio, TX and has been teaching positioning and pathology to mammography students for over 20 years. She is an enthusiastic and conscientious technologist who brings extensive knowledge to her students.