If you have been diagnosed with early stage breast cancer, your doctor may recommend a lumpectomy. This breast cancer surgery removes the breast tumor and a small amount of surrounding normal tissue. Your surgeon may also remove lymph nodes to see if the cancer has spread. Lumpectomy is also called partial mastectomy, breast-sparing surgery, breast-conserving surgery or wide excision.
At Goshen Center for Cancer Care, our goal is to heal your cancer while protecting your quality of life. Our board certified, fellowship trained surgical oncologists specialize in breast preservation surgery that offers less stress and apprehension than ever before. Many women with early stage breast cancer can have partial breast radiation after lumpectomy with the same results as a total mastectomy.
Our multispeciality care model addresses your complete well-being – mind, body and spirit. To learn more about your options for lumpectomy in Goshen, IN, request an appointment or call (888) 492-4673 (HOPE) to talk with our oncology information specialists.