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We are changing breast cancer treatment for women around the world

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!

Live Oncoplastic Workshop – Online!!

July 23rd, 2021

1pm Pacific // 4pm Eastern

Featuring

Dr. Daryl Hoffman
Dr. Gail
Lebovic
and

The Symmetrist™

An innovative Oncoplastic
surgical training tool 

3 CME Provided by
The American College of Surgeons

Now Accepting Submissions

for The Journal of Oncoplastic Surgery

Click below to register as an author and submit your work.

Get a free mask with your $25 donation!

The signature SOS mask is breathable, multi-layer and washable.

1st Breast Global e-Conference 2021

SOS On-Demand!

Access the latest in news and technology from the Global Oncoplastic Community.

Join the global Oncoplastic Movement and become a member of the SOS!

Enjoy a host of benefits, including:

Discounts for online courses
Discounts for conference registrations
Priority registration for live surgery webinars 
Access to video library of surgical procedures (coming soon)
Access to the The Journal of Oncoplastic Surgery (launching soon)

Included with your membership: SOS Travel Cup, Disinfectant Wipes and Face Mask.

Transforming patient care through advanced training

1,000+

surgeons trained in 45 countries

200,000+

breast cancer patients benefit each year.

“The School of Oncoplastic Surgery helped us transform breast cancer care in Western India. After attending several SOS conferences, we launched three fully-integrated breast cancer centers in our region and founded the Prashanti Cancer Care Mission, which today serves approximately 30,000 cancer patients, offering free or affordable diagnosis and treatment. We have also trained over 500 surgeons in oncoplastic surgery techniques, and are incredibly proud that we now have a 70% breast conservation rate in India.”

— Dr. Anand Koppiker

The Oncoplastic Surgery Movement

Oncoplastic surgery is considered the most advanced form of breast cancer surgery, combining traditional surgical techniques with plastic and reconstructive methods to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Training surgeons to utilize these techniques has a direct benefit for patients, such as:

  • Greater opportunity to offer breast-conserving surgery to a higher proportion of patients
  • Removing tumors with wider surgical margins resulting in fewer repeat surgeries (re-excisions), decreased chances for secondary mastectomies and, in appropriate patients, sometimes minimizing the need for radiation
  • With a greater number of women having breast conservation, Oncoplastic surgery can help decrease the need for complex breast reconstructions, which often can require multiple surgeries to complete
  • Breast conservation offers faster recovery times, getting patients returning to activity (work and hobbies) more quickly
  • Increased patient satisfaction and vastly improved quality of life
  • Oncoplastic surgery offers a cost-effective and efficient way to achieve optimal patient outcomes in the majority of breast cancer patients

Get Involved

We are a  501(c)(3) non profit organization, helping countless people gain access to the best surgical and aesthetic care possible.
If you would like to learn more and get involved with our mission, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.

T: +1 (310)779-0444
E: info@oncoplasticmd.org

School of Oncoplastic Surgery
5470 Kietzke Lane, Suite 300

Reno, Nevada 89511

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.