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An event to explore the impact of both food and science on breast health presented by the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center. Full event information at https://cancer.ucsf.edu/tasteforthecure.
- 9:00 AM Introduction
- 9:10 AM What Active Surveillance has Taught Us About DCIS and How it has Informed New Options Today.
Panelists: Alexander Borowsky, MD, Karen Goodwin, DO, FACS, Heather Greenwood, MD
Moderator: Laura Esserman, MD, MBA
- 9:55 AM Breast Care Center Clinical Studies Flash Talks-Part Two
Presenters: UCSF Research Coordinators
- Introduction Laura Esserman, MD, MBA
- Rethinking screening in 2021: What has the last decade taught us?
- Why we need to personalize screening based on the risk for what type of cancer?
- How the changes in imaging and a risk-based personalized approach impact the cost-effectiveness of breast cancer screening.
- DCIS: What is the role that imaging can play to determine the best treatment, surgery or active surveillance.
Cristian Maldonado Rodas
- Vaccine trial for high-risk DCI.
- Tracking the rates of critically ill patients with COVID in the I-SPY COVID trial based on vaccinations.
- The microbiome and the potential role in reducing breast implant reconstruction infections.
- Navigating the new UCSF BCC website to get all the information you need when you need it.
- 10:15 AM Cooking Demonstration
Presenters: Chef Alison Mountford and Laura Esserman, MD, MBA
- 10:35 AM Helping the Tumor Immune Microenvironment to Beat Cancer
Presenter: Alexander Borowsky, MD
- 10:45 AM Closing Remarks