As a breast imaging doctor, Dr. Elizabeth Morris interprets radiology images such as mammography (including 3D tomosynthesis and contrast-enhanced mammography), breast ultrasound, and breast MRI (including abbreviated MRI). She also does breast biopsies with imaging guidance. She and her team have pioneered high-risk screening with MRI and offer personalized screening to women with average risk as well as those who may have a high-risk gene,such as BRCA1 or BRCA2. Her research focuses on how best to use newer techniques to detect breast cancer early and to assess whether treatment is working.
“We need to do better. We certainly recognize that and we need to realize not every person is the same.”– Dr. Elizabeth Morris on breast cancer screening options
Hosted by Suzanne Stone
A proven leader in building long term community partnership opportunities, Suzanne Stone brings innovative ideas to support Komen Greater CETX’s mission in fighting breast cancer. Stone has gained experience in outreach and education, volunteer programs, donor development and fundraising over her professional career. Stone earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Radio, Television and Film from Texas Christian university and is certified in non-profit management. During her free time, she enjoys going to the beach to catch waves on her surfboard, paddle boarding and watching baseball games.
About the More Than Pink Podcast
The More Than Pink Podcast is designed to give listeners an insight on what is happening in the field of breast cancer research, treatment, screening and survivorship. Through each episode, experts in various fields share their knowledge directly with you through guided conversations on a variety of topics. If you have any questions, or comments, please email us at email@example.com.
Links to Topics Covered in this Episode
- 2018 Fast Facts: Early Detection
- Breast MRI
- Breast Density
- Breast Ultrasound
- Emerging areas in early detection
- Estimating breast cancer risk
- Screening and Early Detection
Special thanks to Hologic and iHeartMedia for making this episode possible.