Comprehensive Breast Care Center
At the Comprehensive Breast Care Center, male and female breast cancer patients are evaluated by a team consisting of specialists from surgical oncology, medical oncology, radiation medicine, diagnostic mammography, pathology, and plastic and reconstructive surgery. Our specialists work together in a single location to provide timely and accurate health care, from evaluation and diagnosis to treatment planning.
Genetic counseling and testing services are also available. In addition to the availability of individual and family counseling, a variety of support groups meet on a regular basis, including "I Can Cope," "Look Good, Feel Better" and the "Wednesday Group."
Breast cancer care at the UK Markey Cancer Center
Comprehensive Breast Care Fact Sheet (PDF, 190 KB)
Request an appointment online or call 859-257-4488 or toll free 1-866-340-4488.
Comprehensive Breast Care Center | Directions >
800 Rose St.
Lexington KY 40536
Markey Cancer Center is the first to offer breast tomosynthesis in Kentucky
We are the first health care provider in Kentucky and one of the first in the U.S. to offer tomosynthesis. This leading-edge technology is the next level in breast imaging and will revolutionize how breast cancer is detected. Tomosynthesis takes multiple images of the breast and synthesizes them into a three-dimensional data set.
Ask your physician if tomosynthesis is right for you.
Markey Comprehensive Breast Care Center: Setting a new standard of care
Read about the progress we are making in breast cancer care (PDF, 1.4 MB)
More information about breast cancer
Breast Cancer Risk Factors
The American College of Surgeons' Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2009-10 report estimated that breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women.
The American Cancer Society's Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2009-10 report estimated that 192,370 new cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in the United States in 2009. Experts do not know the exact causes of breast cancer, but research has shown certain factors increase a woman's chances of getting breast cancer. Although some women are at higher risk, the fact is all women are at risk for breast cancer.