For patients battling breast cancer, feeling simply like a medical record number can be devastating. UCSF’s breast cancer care team, made up of doctors, techs, and nurses, understands the importance of developing a deep and supportive connection with patients during such a trying and emotional time.

Working at the forefront of breast imaging, Dr. Bonnie Joe steadily pushes for improvement in daily practice, national health policy, and technological development. At the center of her commitment? Saving more lives.

On Tuesday, October 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., join UCSF's world-class breast health experts and cancer survivor and patient advocate Laura Holmes Haddad for refreshments and conversation about what cancer patients need from those around them. This free event is open to the public and to health care professionals.

Fast-moving innovations in radiology allow more precision for diagnosis, treatment, disease management, and patient safety.

In our latest video, Dr. Hetts describes the complex roles of different clinical subspecialities, departments, and medical centers who work together on research studies and the diagnosis and treatment of patients with challenging problems.

Laura Holmes Haddad visited the UCSF Imaging facility at 1725 Montgomery Street, and shared her journey from terrifying breast cancer diagnosis to three years of radiant survival.