This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Karen Wernli reflects on her cancer research, centered on patients and access.
Family history sparks interest for KPWHRI senior investigator, UC Davis professor, and co-leader of the BCSC.
Kaiser Permanente Share profiles longtime KPWHRI investigator and director of research and strategic partnerships.
Diana Buist and colleagues' study in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that screening MRI leads to more biopsies, finding fewer cancers, regardless of personal history of breast cancer:
Results from a new paper suggest the importance of tailoring preventive health outreach, writes Kaiser Permanente’s Susan Carol Bradford,
National Cancer Institute support continues nation's largest collection of breast imaging data and funds three studies to personalize screening
Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium receives $7.5 million to investigate supplemental breast MRI and tomosynthesis.
Our Seattle offices sit on the occupied land of the Duwamish and by the shared waters of the Coast Salish people, who have been here thousands of years and remain. Learn about practicing land acknowledgment.