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The Marshfield Clinic family is committed to making a positive impact on our patients and our community. We are here every step of the way to support you in making the best decisions about your health and wellbeing, from research and prevention to diagnosis and treatment. So you won't only live your life, but shine.
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At Marshfield Clinic Health System, we have a team of local experts to support you and coordinate your care throughout your treatment. This team includes dedicated radiologists, oncologists, surgeons, breast care navigators, social workers and many others to help you through the process.
She received care and support from the moment she was diagnosed – from trying to understand “Why her?” – to beyond her treatments when she had questions about the next steps.
Watch Karisa’s story to see how her team was on her side.
We want to empower women to become advocates for their health by doing their monthly breast self-checks and getting their annual mammogram. Many times, women are focused on caring for those around them and put themselves last.
You can’t be strong for others if you don’t care for yourself.
Our team is here to help you by answering questions, offering preventive screening tools, sharing information and providing support where, when and how you want it including:
You will receive a quarterly email that includes a patient’s story, informative articles from our Shine365 blog and upcoming Cancer Care events.
If you are a woman age 40 and older, you should have a mammogram every year. We have mobile health screening units that travel throughout Wisconsin and mammography services in many of our centers. Contact your primary care provider to schedule your mammogram.
We support many community events that provide education and training about breast cancer screenings.
Cancer Care and Research relies on donor support to provide important services throughout Wisconsin.