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High Risk Breast Service

​Our High Risk Breast Service can help you understand your risk for breast cancer and if you are a candidate for future screening, medication or surgery options to reduce your risk.

You will undergo a comprehensive assessment that can answer your questions and provide guidance if necessary. 

The information provided and assessment tools used will help you better understand your risk for developing breast cancer. Genetic testing is reviewed and a referral to Medical Genetics will be made if appropriate.

High Risk Breast Service:

  • Estimates individual risk of breast cancer.
  • Helps those at high risk better manage the risk.
  • Increases understanding of early detection strategies.
  • Increases understanding of prevention strategies, including medications that may help prevent cancer.
  • Helps individuals at risk obtain counseling and genetic testing, when appropriate.
  • Explains the role and limitations of genetic testing.

Breast cancer risk assessment

Many people do not know their risk of developing breast cancer and may incorrectly perceive their risk for the disease.

Our High Risk Breast Service helps you accurately assess your risk. After completing a risk assessment, you can make a plan to help prevent cancer or detect it early when it's most treatable.

Our breast health team provides caring support and expert knowledge to help you make choices that are right for you and your family.


Breast cancer care

Others have breast cancer treatments, but none have a team of breast cancer specialists in your backyard like Marshfield Clinic Health System.

Breast Cancer Care

Mobile health

If you are a woman and older than 40, you should have a mammogram every year. We have mobile health screening units that travel throughout Wisconsin.

Mobile Screening

Upcoming events

We support many community events that provide education and training about breast cancer screenings.

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About breast cancer

Breast self-exams in 3 easy steps

Adult women of all ages are encouraged to perform breast self-exams once a month.

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