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HALO Precision DiagnosticsTM is catching breast cancer sooner, when treatment success is higher
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Personalized Care Every Step of the Way
HALO provides the very latest in precision diagnostics in one convenient location
- Advanced imaging, screenings, and testing
- Risk assessment profiles
- Prompt communication to you and your doctor
- Ongoing patient education
- Fast-track care for high-risk patients
- Financial aid resources
- Personalized care plan for all patients
Take a stand against breast cancer, sooner
At your annual mammogram visit done at a HALO Precision Diagnostics Center, you may be offered the option to provide a saliva sample that can be used for genetic testing.
When testing identifies high-risk patients, including those with BRCA gene variants, additional breast MRI screening may be recommended.
This added screening increases the cancer detection rate by three times, leading to an earlier diagnosis. Cancer that is diagnosed earlier requires less invasive surgery and treatment for improved outcomes.
HALO Offers the Most Advanced Technology for Breast Health
Using low-dose x-rays, 3D mammography takes more images from different angles, creating a 3D image of the entire breast. This advanced imaging detects 41% more invasive cancers compared to standard mammography and reduces false positives by up to 40. With early detection, the 5-year breast cancer survival rate is almost 100%.
Abbreviated Breast MRI
Developed to screen women with dense breasts, abbreviated breast MRI detects cancer at a very early stage. Cancer that is detected early has the best chance for being cured with the least amount of treatment.
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