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The Oklahoma Breast Care Center is the first in Oklahoma City to offer the breakthrough 3D digital mammography known as tomosynthesis. 

Breast tomosynthesis has the ability to more accurately detect smaller-sized cancers at an earlier stage, which increases the chance o f receiving potentially life-saving treatment.  Also, tomosynthesis has yielded a 40% reduction in patient call backs which will benefit women with dense breast tissue who often require additonal imaging.  Check out our 3D mammography page. 



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Oklahoma Breast Care Center Opens Dedicated Breast Care Center In South Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma Breast Care Center now has a second location in South Oklahoma City, making this the first dedicated breast care center in South Oklahoma City . Conveniently located on S.W. 119th between May and Pennsylvania in the Waterview Office Park, the Oklahoma Breast Care Center offers screening mammography and DEXA bone densitometry screening .



Oklahoma Breast Care Center now offers MRI

The technology for detecting breast cancer is reaching new dimensions. In December 2003, the Oklahoma Breast Care Center became the ninth facility in the country to offer MRI Breast Imaging. The breakthrough technology, known as Aurora, is the world’s first FDA-cleared dedicated breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system.



Intact: A Gentler Option for Breast Biopsy

At the Oklahoma Breast Care Center advancements in technology for detecting breast cancer earlier are continually being made. One new advancement is in the area of breast biopsy. The Oklahoma Breast Care Center is now utilizing a new breast biopsy system called Intact Breast Lesion Excision System.



New IMAGECHECKER® Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) System for Breast Cancer Screening Installed

This year, approximately 200,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer and studies show that up to 23.4 percent of breast cancer could be detected earlier. In Oklahoma, more than 2,700 women have been diagnosed with breast cancer annually. Recently, the Oklahoma Breast Care Center acquired the new ImageChecker® Computer Aided Detection (CAD) system for use in breast cancer screening to assist radiologists in minimizing false negative readings during mammograms.



Oklahoma Breast Care Center Now Offers Digital Mammography

A New Ally in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

In December 2005, a Lorad Selenia Full Field Digital Mammography system was added to the diagnostic services dedicated to women and the early detection of breast cancer at the Oklahoma Breast Care Center. The new Selenia system incorporates revolutionary imaging technology that provides incredibly sharp images. Oklahoma Breast Care Center is one the first installations incorporating this cutting edge technology in the United States.



Oklahoma Breast Care Center One of the First in Nation to Offer Genetic-Based Breast Cancer Risk Test

OncoVue Test is Released Under FDA - Investigational Study


OKLAHOMA CITY—Oklahoma Breast Care Center is among the first centers in the nation to be selected to participate in a study being conducted by InterGenetics under a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved investigational device exemption study. OncoVue is the first genetic-based, breast cancer risk test applicable for women with or without a strong family history of breast cancer that incorporates both personal history measures and individualized genetic-based single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP).



TV Coverage

November 28, 2006, KFOR 10 p.m.

Linda Cavanaugh, Jari Askins and Willa Johnson take OncoVue Test

February 8, 2007 NewsChannel 5 10 p.m.

March 1, 2007  NewsChannel 5 10 p.m.

Kate Godwin takes OncoVue test

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American Cancer Society - Announces New MRI Guidelines

The American Cancer Society anounced new MRI guildelines on March 28, 2007 saying that MRIs for some at high risk of breast cancer should get MRI scans along with mammograms, not instead of them. 


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RT Image Magazine - Radiology Hits the Road

Vol. 21, No. 11 - March 17, 2008

Article available online at: http://www.rt-image.com/0317Road

Radiology Hits the Road-RT Image

Find out more:

Aurora Imaging Technology, Inc.

Intact Medical Corporation
R2 Technology, Inc.Hologic

InterGenetics Incorporated

Dr. Larry Killebrew Radiologist


Dr. Paula Deupree
Medical Director

Dr. Richard Falk

Dr. Glenna Young

Executive Director

Debbie Clark

Northwest OKC
13509 N. Meridian
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
(405) 755-CARE (2273)
Fax (405) 755-8408

South OKC
2601 S.W. 119th, Suite A
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405) 814-CARE (2273)
Fax (405)814-1010

Mobile Mammography Program/ Corporate Onsite Screenings
(800) 422-4626 ext. 112

Risk Assessments
Stephanie Wimberley

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