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Educational Resources for Health Care Providers

ABCCEDP provides educational resources regarding screening, diagnosis, and management of breast and cervical cancer. Resources include video presentations by colleagues, journal articles, and continuing medical education (CME) opportunities.

Breast Cancer Treatment Brochure

Pursuant to the Breast Cancer Education Act of 2013 (Act 2013-284) the Alabama Department of Public Health has developed this informational summary regarding breast cancer treatment options for patients diagnosed with breast cancer. Physicians are then required to disseminate the summary to breast cancer patients.

The summary includes an explanation of the various methods of treating breast cancer, breast reconstruction alternatives, and insurance coverage availability for these treatments.

This summary is to be provided by a physician to each person under his or her care who has been diagnosed with breast cancer upon diagnosis, or as soon thereafter as practicable. Hospitals that provide mastectomy surgery, lymph node dissection, or a lumpectomy are also to provide the information developed by the department.

Substantial improvements have been made in breast cancer treatment in recent years, and the law is intended to ensure every patient is aware of treatments that are now available.

Information is not intended to replace the advice or recommendations of a patient's physician. Rather it is a resource to help patients learn about breast cancer treatment so that they can make the best choices regarding their own treatment plan.

A printed version of this document is not available from ADPH.

Million Hearts "Live to the Beat"

Million Hearts collaborated with the CDC Foundation to develop the "Live to the Beat" campaign, which aims to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) among Black adults ages 35 to 54.

For additional information about Live to the Beat, please visit Million Hearts.

Page last updated: April 14, 2023