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Mercy Breast Center - Coletta in Oklahoma City, OK was the first facility in the state to acquire digital mammography and the first to incorporate breast MRI into routine, clinical practice, and now we are offering 3D mammography with low dose radiation.
We have one of the most active research centers in the United States, performing clinical trials and helping pioneer innovations like a unique blood screen that tests for early-stage breast cancer that even mammography can’t detect.
It’s this type of research, along with our dedicated breast surgeons, and detection, treatment and prevention programs, that make Mercy Breast Center - Coletta so effective in fighting breast cancer.
Our Breast Center is one component of Mercy's comprehensive women's services that includes:
To schedule a mammogram, call Mercy Breast Center - Coletta in Oklahoma City at (405) 752-3500.
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Mercy maintains a robust oncology clinical trials program that works to develop new and unprecedented cancer treatments. Patient participation is an important part of this program and we welcome your interest in our research on treatments for breast cancer.
Dr Hollingsworth has spent the last two decades developing a blood test that screens for breast cancer. The revolutionary new technology can identify patients with cancers that do not show up on routine mammograms.
For more information about Mercy’s clinical trials program, or to determine which trials are right for you, contact one of our Nurse Navigators at these numbers:
According to Alan Hollingsworth, MD, medical director of Mercy Breast Center - Coletta, if a woman detects breast cancer while it’s still half an inch or less in size, her chance of survival can be more than 90 percent. But tumors this size can’t be felt, which is why mammograms are vital for early detection.
For many uninsured and underinsured women, however, an annual mammogram is simply out of reach. But thanks to a program called Project Early Detection, more and more women are receiving the mammograms and related diagnostic procedures they need.
Project Early Detection provides breast health services for women who are uninsured and underinsured. This includes breast health screenings, diagnostic procedures, appropriate treatment referral and education. The success of this program is due to the partnerships and collaborations of local radiologists, physicians, free clinics, Susan G. Komen Central and Western Oklahoma and Mercy.
For more information about Project Early Detection, call (405) 963-5455.