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Spanish speaking cancer doctors are important.  They bring comfort to many patients.  Even more, Spanish speaking cancer doctors can communicate important information to patients.

Spanish Speaking Cancer Doctors.  Above All, Doctors Who Truly Care for Their Patients

Se habla Espanol!  Muy Bueno!

Doctors from Arizona Center for Cancer Care  go on the air!!  Hence,  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Medical Oncologist Dr. John Bibb and Radiation Oncologist Dr. Jason Samuelian discuss signs and treatments for breast cancer.    In addition, the interviews for the La Campesina Network are heard in many markets.  In fact, the La Campesina Network is in Arizona, California and Nevada. 

Dr. Bibb and Dr. Samuelian are both with Arizona Center for Cancer Care.   Above all, both doctors truly care for their patients.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Therefore Create Awareness

Breast cancer is one of the most common kinds of cancer in women. Furthermore, about 1 in 8 women in the United States will get breast cancer.

The good news is that most women can survive breast cancer if it is found  early. A mammogram  can help find breast cancer early when it’s easier to treat.  A mammogram is a screening test for breast cancer.

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of finding breast cancer early. Make a difference! Spread the word about mammograms.  Even more,  and others to spread the word.  Wear pink in support of those you love batting breast cancer.  Wear pink to remember those you love.

Create Awareness for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Even more, make a difference!

We can use this opportunity to spread the word about taking steps to detect breast cancer early.

Here are just a few ideas:

  • Ask doctors and nurses to speak to women about getting screened for breast cancer.  Even more, ask women to speak to each other.
  • Encourage women to talk with their doctors about  mammograms.  Furthermore, encourage women to get mammograms at least every 2 years.

Get Involved

Take action to increase awareness about breast cancer.  As a result, help others!

  1. Display posters about breast cancer screening in your organization’s break room.
  2. Ask health professionals from your local hospital or clinic to share information about mammograms
  3. Distribute materials about breast cancer screening. Even more, use your social networks.
  4. Partner with local women’s organizations, community groups, and senior centers.  Furthermore, ask others  to share important information on breast cancer screening.
  5. Host or participate in a breast cancer walk.  In addition, ask your employer to get involved