If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer or are at high risk for the disease, you may be overwhelmed on where to start. You deserve thorough screening, state-of-the-art treatment and access to the top breast cancer specialists in the Inland Empire. The Breast Health Center at Loma Linda University Cancer Center can help you get the right treatment.

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Where to Go for Breast Cancer Tests and Treatment

Although breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, breast cancer screening can significantly improve your chances of recovery. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates that screening mammograms can reduce breast cancer deaths by approximately 20% to 40%.

Recommendations from expert groups vary on when to get mammograms and how often:

  • The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends testing every two years beginning at age 50.
  • The American Cancer Society suggests breast cancer screening every year for women ages 45 to 54; and every other year for women ages 55 and older.

Your doctor will determine the schedule that is best for you, based on your age, medical and family history and other personal risk factors to determine when screening is best.

No matter what routine screening schedule your doctor recommends, it’s essential that you stick to it. When you choose the Breast Health Center at Loma Linda University Health, you have found a center where you can get your mammogram and return for any additional tests and treatment, if needed.

Find a location near you

Loma Linda University Cancer Center
11234 Anderson St., Suite A600, Loma Linda, CA 92354
Loma Linda University Health – Beaumont – Banning
81 South Highland Springs Ave., Suite 201, Beaumont, CA 92223
Loma Linda University Health – Beaumont – Banning
Radiation Oncology
81 South Highland Springs Ave., Suite 105, Beaumont, CA 92223
Loma Linda University Professional Office Building – Murrieta
Oncology Nurse Navigator
28078 Baxter Rd., Suite 130, Murrieta, CA 92563
Loma Linda University Professional Office Building – Murrieta
Radiation Oncology
28078 Baxter Rd., Suite 130, Murrieta, CA 92563
Loma Linda University Professional Office Building – Murrieta
Women's Diagnostic Imaging Center
28078 Baxter Rd., Suite 220, Murrieta, CA 92563
Loma Linda University Professional Office Building – Murrieta
Faculty Surgical Oncology Medical Offices
28078 Baxter Rd., Suite 510, Murrieta, CA 92563
Learn About Early Detection

Recognizing early breast cancer symptoms is easy with regular screening. Read up on early breast cancer symptoms here, and visit Loma Linda for screenings.

Learn About Your Personal Treatment Options

Loma Linda offers breast cancer screenings to patients in San Bernardino county and surrounding areas. Find out more about our breast cancer screening services.

Learn About Treatment Options

Chemotherapy and radiation are both used to treat breast cancer. Learn more about chemotherapy and radiation at Loma Linda University's cancer center in CA.

Learn About Breast Cancer Programs

Loma Linda's breast cancer program in Southern California has cutting-edge medical services, and the compassionate care you deserve during cancer treatment.

We Provide Additional Breast Cancer Tests

If your mammogram has abnormal findings, you will need to return for a diagnostic mammogram—a more detailed version of your screening mammogram. Your doctor may also recommend a breast MRI and/or breast ultrasound, which can provide further information to help with diagnosis. If breast cancer is suspected, a breast biopsy is used to collect tissue for analysis.

Keep in mind, getting called back for a suspicious finding on your breast cancer screening does not mean you have breast cancer. In fact, additional screening is common.

Loma Linda’s Breast Health Center offers the full gamut of diagnostic services. This includes breast ultrasound as well as breast MRI. The Breast Health Center is also the first facility in the Inland Empire to offer non-invasive breast MRIs to diagnose and biopsy breast cancer.

We Have a Breadth of Breast Cancer Treatment Options

The Breast Health Center at Loma Linda University Cancer Center offers a wide range of cutting-edge services in one location, including:

  • Surgery
  • Medical oncology
  • Reconstruction surgery
  • Radiation medicine

Loma Linda’s breast cancer surgeons perform nipple-sparing breast surgery, Magseed localization—which uses new implant technology to precisely locate a tumor within the breast for surgical accuracy without the need for a wire, and mastectomy with immediate reconstruction.

Our breast cancer hospital is also one of the few centers in the United States that offers proton therapy for breast cancer patients. This noninvasive and painless therapy is more accurate than any other form of radiation beam therapy available today for early-stage breast cancer.

Multidisciplinary Care for Breast Cancer

Loma Linda University Cancer Center’s Breast Health Center specialists come together to provide you the very best care possible. From the time of diagnosis, our nurse navigators help answer questions and guide patients through every step of treatment and recovery. Along with the nurse navigators, our team includes:

  • Breast surgeons
  • Medical oncologists
  • Radiation oncologists
  • Pathologists
  • Genetic counselors

At Loma Linda, our experts come together to review and discuss the unique case of every breast cancer patient. They then collaborate on a customized treatment plan that is focused on the patient’s unique needs and goals. This level of comprehensive, multidisciplinary care offers peace of mind that your treatment plan is carefully planned with all experts involved and tailored specifically for you.

Patient navigators are registered nurses trained in oncology care to guide you through the challenges of dealing with cancer. They are here to support you as you go through diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Contact the Patient Navigator team at 800-782-2623.

Complementary Breast Cancer Treatments

The Breast Health Center cares for the whole person—not just the cancer. That’s why our breast cancer program offers a wide range of support services to help you every step of the way. This includes nutritional counseling, pastoral care, psychosocial counseling, support groups and much more. We also have a team of experts who offer help managing treatment side effects.

Complementary breast cancer treatments may enhance your overall treatment plan by helping to relieve symptoms, ease side effects and improve overall quality of life. Some complementary options include:

  • Massage
  • Meditation or prayer
  • Yoga or gentle stretching
  • Acupuncture
  • Physical therapy

Let Loma Linda Take Care of Your Breast Cancer Treatment

When you come to the Breast Health Center at Loma Linda University Cancer Center, you can be assured some of the best experts in the field are caring for you. Our top-notch breast cancer specialists are highly trained and skilled in the latest cancer treatments.

State-of-the-art care is essential. But we don’t rely on our technical expertise alone. Our breast cancer hospital values personal care and connection. That means we respect you as a person.