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Breast Health

The main goal of routine breast care is to detect breast cancer at its earliest stages, although other benign conditions, such as fibrocystic breasts or cysts, are often discovered. According to the National Cancer Institute, when breast cancer is found early and is still localized (restricted to the site of origin, without evidence of spread), it is one of the most treatable cancers in the United States, with a relative 5-year survival rate that is quite good. Our measures include types of surgeries performed, relative 5-year survival rates and patient satisfaction.


Better Than U.S. Average At or Near U.S. Average Worse Than U.S. Average No National Average
or Too Few Cases

How To Read This Report:
An explanation of the scores and how the cell coloring relates to them.

Desired Performance

This indicates if a high or low score is best for this metric. In some case the desired performance will be neutral. In this case the desired performance is neither high or low and a color rating is not assigned to the statistic of that metric..


Lumpectomies High 61.39 58.44 66.03
Mastectomies Low 31.29 34.35 28.25
Simultaneous reconstructive surgery High     40.44
Stage 0 (DCIS) - 5 Year relative survival rate High 93.6 93.1 100
Stage I - 5 Year relative survival rate High 88.3 88.1 100
Stage II - 5 Year relative survival rate High 80.5 79.7 96
Stage III - 5 Year relative survival rate High 55 54.9 50
Stage IV - 5 Year relative survival rate High 18.9 18.9 44
Enrollment in treatment studies High     79
Likelihood to recommend High 93.5 93.3 93.3
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Last Updated 01/29/2010