Earn Up to35.75 CME’sMarch 9-14 Paris Las VegasDr. Judy GarberAn InternationallyRenowned Expert inGenetics and Breast Cancer.Dr. Cary KaufmanSurgeon,Oncoplastic Surgical CourseMarch 10 - 11NCBC Quality Program - NQMBCDr. Christiane KuhlDiagnostic and Interventional Radiology,Radiology Masters SeriesLouise Miller,Radiology TechnologistMaster Technologist CourseRegister by Feb 1st to get Early Bird Rates!Attention Surgeons: Oncoplastic Course with Lab See Pgs. 8-11

Assessment of NeedAssessment of Need:Over 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer annually, accounting for 30% of all new cancer cases inwomen. This makes it the most common cancer diagnosis in women. This program’s intent is to increase the quality ofbreast care provided to women across the globe through the interdisciplinary education of breast health professionals.Many breast healthcare practices are not standardized and this conference provides a learning and networking environment enabling breast professionals to learn about genetics, risk, the latest treatments, technologies, procedures,become certified and sharpen their skills in detecting and treating breast cancer. Treating breast cancer includes riskassessment.1 The conference also provides a review of selected topics throughout the field of breast health care.2 Ananalysis of peer-reviewed journal articles, new guidelines and past participant evaluation analysis have identifiedtechnical areas of focus which include the evolution of a breast center, breast specific gamma imaging, using breast MRIas a screening tool, improving RT/Radiologist relations, digital positioning, ultrasound imaging, biopsy techniques,lobular neoplasia, reverse axillary mapping, endocrine therapy, treating the breast cancer survivor3, coding andreimbursement procedures. Patient centered focus areas include: providing care to the underserved communities,patient tracking tools, assessing the high risk patient, reconstruction options, starting a sexuality program in a breastcenter, supporting the breast cancer survivor, and patient satisfaction. In each of these areas, lectures will includecontroversies, recent developments and recommendations from experts in the breast health care field. This programhas been developed specifically for the entire breast center team from administrative staff to breast clinicians. It is theintent of our educational activity to provide breast health care professionals objective, evidence-based clinical content,which they can incorporate into their practice to improve clinical care and outcomes of their patients.1 National Cancer Institute “What you need to know about Breast Cancer: ge4/print2 “Partnership of Patients: Better Care, Lower Costs. patients/index.html3 Patricia A. Ganz & Erin E. Hahn et al. Implementing a Survivorship Care Plan for Patients With Breast Cancer. The Journal of Clinical Oncology,February 2008 volume 26 Number 5The Natosha Lynne MortonSCHOLARSHIPNCoBC 2018 Scholarship AvailableThe Natosha Lynne Morton Scholarship funded by MagView is to provide recognition to those Breast Healthprofessionals who best exhibit character, compassion, and caring in conjunction with providing the best possiblecare to patients by paying their conference registration fee to attend the 28th Annual Interdisciplinary BreastCenter Conference March 9 -14, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. Applicants must complete the questionnaire below to the best of their ability. Contentwill be scored by the NCBC staff based on the evidence of character, compassion, and quality of care.Funded byPrerequisites for NCoBC 2018 Scholarship ConsiderationApplicants Must:1. Be a first-time NCoBC Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference attendee.2. Be a current NCBC Independent Health or Facility Member.3. Be a practicing breast health professional or advocate.4. Fill out the application online found ence/5. Be able to pay their own transportation and accommodation fees.6. Sign a consent form allowing NCBC and Magview to publicize name/photos for future marketing campaigns.Other Notes: The Natosha Lynne Morton Scholarship does not cover NCBC membership. The scholarship only covers the cost of the general conference. Post conference workshops or certification exams are at the winner’s expense. Deadline for application is December 15, 2017. Winner will be announced on or before January 10, 2018.National Consortium of Breast Centers, Inc.2Advocating for Excellence in Breast Health CareP.O. Box 1334 Warsaw, IN rgTel: (574) 267–8058Fax: (574) 267-8268

Table of Contents28th Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center ConferenceMarch 9-14 Paris Las VegasNCBC OfficersPresidentKristie Bobolis, MDSutter Roseville Medical CenterVice PresidentBalazs Imre Bodai, MD, FNCBCSecretaryTeresa Heckel, MBA, FABC, FNCBCT&C ConsultingTreasurerMelissa Hopkins, RN, BA, CN-BN, FNCBCTVC Breast CenterTRUSTEES AT LARGEJohn L. Bell, MD, FACSUniversity of Tennessee Medical CenterJane Berz, MSN, RN, FNCBCBreast Center ConsultationsTerry Lynn Bucknall, BA, CRA, RT(R)(M), FNCBCHenry Mayo Newhall HospitalSheila R. Veloz Breast CenterDeborah Dix, RN, MSSutter Roseville Medical CenterCary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBCBellingham Regional Breast CenterSandhya Pruthi, MD, FNCBCMayo ClinicRicki Pollycove, MD, MSUniversity of CaliforniaJennifer Scalia Wilbur, MSWomen & Infants HospitalProgram in Women’s OncologyWilliam Sikov, MD, FACP, FNCBCWomen & Infants HospitalProgram in Women’s OncologyAtilla Soran, MD, MPH, FACS, FNCBCMagee-Women’s Hospital of UPMCBelinda Zaparinuk, RT(M), BS, CBEC, FNCBCEisenhower Breast CenterLucy Curci Cancer CenterIMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENTJennifer Gass, MD, FACS, FNCBCWomen and Infants HospitalTrustee Emeritus & Organizational FounderBarbara Rabinowitz, PhD, MSW, RN, FNCBCCreative SolutionsTable of ContentsThe Natosha Lynne Morton Scholarship funded by MagView 2Credit Hours4Your Invitation5Hotel Information6Pre-Conference Course Radiology Masters Series: Beyond Screening73 Day General Conference Schedule8 - 13Oncoplastic Course8-11Exhibitor Schedule8Post Conference CoursesMaster Technologist Course14Cancer Risk Assessment and Cancer Genetics15The Navigator Puzzle: Navigation Piece by Piece16Freeman Breast Patient Nav Course17Breast Center Administrative ToolKit: From Planning to Successful Execution18Abstracts and Posters19Certification: Breast Patient Navigator20Certification: Clinical Breast Examiner21General Information22Pricing Information23Oncoplastic Course HighlightsLecturers are nationally known breast surgeons showingtheir insights and experience with oncoplastic techniques.Essential techniques that all surgeons can master willbe discussed.There will be practical labs on both days of thecourse, allowing in depth hands on experienceusing the latest Mastotrainers.Lecturers will demonstrate their techniques inthe lab to be followed by the attendeesperforming the procedures in a "see one, do one"teaching method.Course limited to 50 attendees. See pages 8-113

Credit HoursCore CompetenciesIn alignment with the CME mission of the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, programs are planned in the context of desirable physician attributes and corecompetencies (six abilities that are central to the practice of medicine): 1. Patient Care, 2. Medical Knowledge, 3. Practice Based Learning, 4. Interpersonal and Communication Skills, 5. Professionalism and 6. Systems Based Practice, as designated by the American Board of Medical Specialties. Core competencies addressed in each of theactivity objectives below, this shall serve the best interests of the public and assist in Maintenance of Certification.ObjectivesUnderstand the unique and focused role of integrated breast cancer care and importance of coordination of care between the interdisciplinary team ( physicians,nurses, navigators, advance level providers , technicians, administrators, genetic counselors etc.) involved in the evaluation and management of patients evaluated atmultidisciplinary breast centersEnsure that all breast health specialists have the most current information that enables them to provide state-of-the-art care to all of our patientsLearn the basics of patient positioning and unit set-up for tomosynthesis-guided and upright stereotactic biopsyIdentify problems related to mammography positioningExplain the importance of consistency & reproducibility for positioning standardsUnderstand navigator roles and the differences between different forms of navigational practicesUnderstand how breast cancer risk assessment improves identification of high risk women and guide appropriate risk reduction strategiesAppreciate management of high risk breast lesions ( atypical hyperplasia and lobular carcinoma in situ)Identify the pros & cons of extended endocrine therapyDiscuss the potential benefits of a navigator to an entity/organizationDescribe the key practice changing and advances in breast surgical oncology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and breast imaging in 2017- 2018Understand oncoplastic surgical techniquesAwareness of novel breast cancer genes and impact on breast cancer prognosisUnderstand special considerations in the young breast cancer survivorAwareness of practice changing opportunities to enhance survivorship careAppreciate advances in the management and treatment of inflammatory breast cancerAdvances in early diagnosis of breast cancer utilizing various breast imaging modalities including tomosynthesis, ultrasound, breast MRI and other modalitiesIdentify chemotherapy and radiation induced sexual problems and risk reducing procedures that affect sexualityUnderstand the patient experience: What the women really wants?Appreciate the controversies and treatment options for ductal carcinoma in-situDescribe the impact of breast cancer on the couple relationshipAttention paid to genetic risk evaluation, screening, quality of life, palliative care, etc.Credit HoursThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation through the joint providership of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and the National Consortium of Breast Centers. The University of TennesseeCollege of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.AMA: The University of Tennessee College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 35.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only thecredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.PA’s, NP’s and Nurses: Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Nurses may use these credit hours toward certification renewal. This credit is acceptable by theAmerican Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), American Nurses Credentialing Association (ANCC) and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).BRN: Credits are arranged through with The California Board of Registered Nursing.ASRT: Continuing Education Category A credits are being arranged through the American Society of Radiological Technologists (ASRT). Each 30 minutes of contact timeis awarded .5 CE credit. Each contact hour is equal to 50 – 60 minutes and is awarded 1 CE credit. This program is relevant to the radiologic sciences profession.AMA PRA Category 1 Credits 3/9/18 Friday Pre Conference Radiology Master Series 83/10-12/18 Plenary General Conference 19.253/13/18 Breast Center Administrative Toolkit: From Planning to Successful Execution 6.53/13/18 The Navigator Puzzle: Navigation Piece by Piece 6.53/13/18 Cancer Risk Assessment & Cancer Genetics 6.53/12 - 13/18 Master Technologist Course 8.53/13/18 Dr. Harold Freeman Patient Navigation Institute Navigation Review Course 6.253/13 - 14/18 Clinical Breast Examiner 2.752017 Inspiration Award RecipientA. Thomas Stavros, MD, FACRSpecialRecognitions42017 Impact Award RecipientMatthew Ellis, MB, BChir, PhD. FRCP

Your InvitationDear Colleagues,As President, it is my honor to welcome you to our 2018 interdisciplinary conference. The program contenthas been developed specifically for the entire breast center team, from administrators to clinicians. Whetheryou are here for up-to-date information from luminaries or are here with your team to network, we are all herefor the same purpose – to optimize and better coordinate the care we deliver.Based on feedback from last year’s attendees, this year’s program includes a unique and innovative oncoplastics course, and an imaging preconference with exceptional faculty.I would like to thank the program committee and the conference chair, Dr. Sandhya Pruthi, for theiryear-round dedication to this organization and hard work putting together this unique and exciting program.Warm Regards,Kristie Bobolis MDPresident, NCBCMedical Director Breast Cancer ProgramSutter Roseville Medical CenterRoseville, CA28th Annual InterdisciplinaryBreast Center ConferenceDear Colleagues,March 9 -14 Paris Las VegasIn my capacity as this year’s program chair, I am delighted to welcome you to our 2018 annual conference. Wehave an exciting program with a multidisciplinary lineup of national and international experts in the field ofbreast health and cancer care. The program entails multiple tracks that focus on the diverse and comprehensive educational needs of all providers within the breast center including nurse navigators, administrators,genetic counselors, radiological technologists, breast physicians, advanced practice providers and international attendees. The Sexual Health First Responder’s course will be offered again this year, as well as updatedinformation on breast imaging modalities, survivorship, navigation, high risk clinical cancer genetics, and amultidisciplinary tumor board. In addition, we have included topics on Global Breast Care, Practice ChangingAdvances in Breast Cancer and Health, and Hormone Therapy and Quality of Life in Hormone ReceptorPositive Breast Cancer.The post conferences offer comprehensive updates on administration, navigation, master technology course,clinical breast exam, cancer risk assessment and cancer genetics. We have a radiology master series-beyondscreening preconference for radiologists/breast imagers which includes an amazing lineup of national andinternational speakers.The impact and key value in attending the conference is the opportunity to learn from the multidisciplinaryteam of experts, diverse educational topics to enhance your knowledge, and ability to provide seamless,well-navigated, interdisciplinary breast health care to patients.It is always inspiring to come together as a dedicated group of individuals with a shared purpose to further ourknowledge and focus on patient centered care to enhance the patient experience and breast cancer journey.It has been a sincere privilege to serve with the program committee this year as chair. Welcome to all new andreturning attendees!Sincerely,Sandhya Pruthi, MD, FNCBCProgram ChairProfessor of MedicineConsultant, Breast Diagnostic ClinicMayo ClinicRochester, MNNational Consortium of Breast Centers Advocating for Excellence in Breast Health Care5

Hotel and Airport Transportation InformationHotel Reservations: Paris, Las Vegas Venue For 2018The NCBC is proud to announce our 28th annual conference at Paris Las Vegas. Experience everything you love about Paris, right in theheart of the Las Vegas Strip. From the moment you walk into the Paris Las Vegas you will understand why this luxury hotel sets thestandard for opulent details, impeccable service and lavish Las Vegas accommodations.Book Your Hotel Today OnlineBe sure to book your room for the conference within the NCBC room block to receive our LOW negotiated rates. Any room booked outsideof our room block will be charged an additional 25.00 resort fee per night.Book at 03/homeAVOID Hotel Scams - NCBC does not work with any 3rd party booking agencies or conference planners. All of our accommodations are done directly through NCBC and the Paris Las Vegas hotel.NCBC has block rooms for only 159 per night for a single or double occupancy. For a third person in the room (limit 3 people per room)add 30 to double room rate plus 12% tax per room, per night. With tax, the totals are 178.08 for a single or double and 211.68 for atriple. Reservations booked after February 11, 2018 are subject to room availability at the prevailing room rate. Hotel cancellations afterFebruary 11, 2018 will be charged first night room charges.TransportationAgain this year we are partnering with LASxpress airport transportation service and will be offering cost-effective transportation servicebetween McCarran Int’l Airport and your hotel.Xpress Non-Stop service to Paris & Bally’s Las Vegas for the 28th Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference attendees.By utilizing this service, you are eligible for 11 one-way airport transportation service.Other benefits include: Non-Stop Xpress Service Available for 18 per person 40 % Saving vs. Taxi Fare Immediate Boarding Airport Meet and Greet ServiceRegister online: NCBC2018&LOGON GO6

Pre-Conference CourseRadiology Masters Series: Beyond ScreeningJay R. Parikh, MD, FRCP(c), FACR, FACPE, FNCBCRadiology Master Series “Beyond Screening’ begins with these lectures. We will be discussing advances in early diagnosis of breast cancer utilizing various imaging modalitiesincluding Tomosynthesis, Ultrasound and MRI as well as recent advances in ArtificialIntelligence. The theme continues into the regular session with a look at Emerging Technologies such as Molecular Breast Imaging and Radiogenomics. The focus will be on the abilityof breast imagers to impact in the diagnosis of breast cancer and the evaluation of theeffectiveness of therapy of outcome and survival.Friday, March 97:30 - 8:00 amCurrent Issues in Screening Mammography Debra Monticciolo, MD8:00 - 8:30 amBreast Density Jennifer Harvey, MD8:30 - 9:00 amUsing Artificial Intelligence in Breast Imaging Connie Lehman, MD9:00 - 9:30 amAdvanced Tomosynthesis: Jennifer Harvey, MD9:30 - 9:45 amBreak9:45 - 10:15 amIntroducing Screening Ultrasound into your Breast Center A. Thomas Stavros, MD, FACR10:15 - 10:45 amUltrasound Screening: Why Hand-Held? Wendie Berg, MD, PhD, FACR10:45 - 11:15 amUltrasound Screening: Why Automated? A. Thomas Stavros, MD, FACR11:15 - 11:45 amPanel - All Morning Speakers11:45 - 1:00 pmLunch On Your Own1:00 - 1:30 pmIdentifying Patients of High Risk in the Breast Center Jennifer Harvey, MD1:30 - 2:00 pmConsiderations for Screening the High Risk Patient Debra Monticciolo, MD2:00 - 2:30 pmUltrasound Screening in Patients of Intermediate Risk and Dense Breasts Wendie Berg, MD, PhD, FACR2:30 - 3:00 pmIntroducing MR into your Breast Center Connie Lehman, MD3:00 - 3:15 pmBreak3:15 - 3:45 pmFast Screening MR – Technique and Implementation Christiane Kuhl, MD3:45 - 4:15 pmMRI Screening of Patients at High Risk Connie Lehman, MD4:15 - 4:45 pmMRI Screening of Patients at Intermediate Risk Christiane Kuhl, MD4:45 - 5:15 pmOpen Q & A with ALL SpeakersNCoBC 2018 Schedule at a GlanceFriday March 9Pre-Conference CourseRadiology Masters Series:Beyond Screening Pg. 7Saturday March 10Breakfast Served 6:45 - 7:45 amBreakfast / Symposia7:00 - 8:00 amGeneral Conference beginsLunch with ExhibitorsBreak Out Groups begin8:15 am11:45 - 1:00 pm1:00 pm5:30 - 5:45 pmProduct ShowcaseVendor Raffle WinnersAnnounced - must be presentExhibitorReception5:45 - 7:00 pmSunday March 11Breakfast Served 6:45 - 7:45 amBreakfast / Symposia7:00 - 8 :00 amGeneral Conference beginsMasters Lecture8:00 am8:00 - 8:45 amImpact Award & Lecture 9:25 - 10:00 amBreak Out Groups beginLunch with Exhibitors10:30 am12:25 - 1:30 pmOral Poster Presentations 5:25 - 6:45 pmand Poster ReceptionMonday March 12Breakfast Served 6:45 - 7:45 amBreakfast / Symposia7:00 - 8:00 amGeneral Conference beginsInspiration Award8:00 am9:00 - 9:15 amLunch with Exhibitors12:15 -1:45 pmLast opportunity to meetwith Exhibitors1:45 pmBreak Out Groups beginGeneral Conference concludes 5:15 pmMaster Technologist6:30 - 8:30 pmCourse Pg. 14Tuesday March 13Breakfast Served 6:45 - 7:45 amBreakfast / Symposia7:00 - 8:00 amBPN Certification Test Only Pg. 20Wednesday March 14BPN Certification Test Only Pg. 20CBE Certification Day 2 Pg. 21CBE Certification Day 1 Pg. 21Master Technologist Course Pg. 14Cancer Risk Assessment &Cancer Genetics Pg. 15The Navigator Puzzle: NavigationPiece by Piece Pg. 16Freeman Breast Patient Nav Course Pg. 17Breast Center Administrative ToolKit:From Planning to SuccessfulExecution Pg.187

3 Day General ConferenceSaturday, March 107:00 - 8:00 amBreakfast Symposia with GE HealthcareModeratorsKristie Bobolis, MD & Sandhya Pruthi, MD, FNCBC8:15 - 8:30 amMembership Update & Opening Comments and Logistics Kristie Bobolis, MD & Sandhya Pruthi, MD, FNCBC8:30 - 9:15 amKeynote: From Professional to Personal: My Journey on the Other Side of the MicroscopeKim Allison, MD9:15 - 9:45 amBreast Cancer Screening Controversies: What the Clinician Needs to Know Debra Monticciolo, MD9:45 - 10:15 amBreak with ExhibitorsModeratorJohn L. Bell, MD, FACS10:15 - 10:45 amAre You on Time? Timeliness of Care, the Next Version of NQMBC Cary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBC10:45 - 11:15 amManagement of Lymph Nodes After Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Sarah A. McLaughlin, MD11:15 - 11:45 amPregnancy and Breast Cancer: Breaking Through the Myths Kathryn Ruddy, MD, MPH11:45 - 1:00 pmLunch with ExhibitorsBreak OutsImaging: Debra Wright, RT(R)(M), CBECModeratorsAdmin: Deborah K. Dix, MS, RN1:00 - 1:30 pmEmerging Technologies Avice O’Connnell, MDMultidisciplinaryClinicalDuctal In-Situ (DCIS) Controversies and Treatment Options Sarah A. McLaughlin, MDThe Patient Experience: What Women Really Want (1:00 - 2:05)Dedicated Scheduling in your Breast Center Jill Schultz, BA, RT(R)(M)(QM), CN-BMPatient Advisors Improving the Patient Experience in the Breast Center Roberta Mori, RN, MSNPhysicians Interaction with Patient: Improving Customer Service Khai Tran, MDAdminOncoplastic Surgery: Where We Are Today Gail Lebovic, MD, FACS and Barbara Rabinowitz, PhD, MSW,RN, FNCBCImaging (Rad Path & RT)Core Biopsy Processing Shabnam Jaffer, MDMultidisciplinaryClinicalUsing Breast MRI in Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Debra Monticciolo, MDAdminThe Patient Experience: What Women Really Want ContinuedBy separateOncoplasticregistration only Course2:10 - 2:40 pmSimple Approaches for the Inferior Pole: Patient selection, V and J mammoplasty, Inverted TMammoplasty, IMF Based Lumpectomy with/without 3-D Implant. Jennifer Gass, MD, FACS, FNCBCImaging (Rad Path & RT)Optimizing Breast Ultrasound Using New Technologies Danielle Higgins, RT (R)(M)(BS)MultidisciplinaryClinicalMarijuana and Cannabis Oil in Breast Cancer – Efficacy, Toxicity, Legality Tina Rizack, MDAdminCultural Diversity in the Breast Center: Program Planning for Specialty Populations Dava Gerard, MDOncoplasticBy separateregistration only CourseLevel I Oncoplastic Surgery: Round Block Lumpectomy, Benelli MammoplastyGustavo Zucca-Matthes, MD, PhDExhibitor ScheduleSaturdayExhibit Floor Opens8Oncoplastic Course: Cary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBCImaging (Rad Path & RT)OncoplasticBy separateregistration only Course1:35 - 2:05 pmMultidisciplinary Clinical: Sandhya Pruthi, MD, FNCBC7:00 - 8:00 amThe vendor exhibits offer a valuable resource to all attendees interested in the latest treatment and technologies.SundayExhibit Floor Opens7:00 - 8:00 amMondayExhibit Floor Opens7:00 am - 8:00 amBreak9:45 - 10:00 amBreak10:15 - 10:45 amBreak10:15 am - 10:45 amLunch11:45 - 1:00 pmLunch12:05 - 1:30 pmLunch12:15 pm - 1:45 pmBreak3:15 - 4:00 pmBreak3:10 - 3:45 pmBreak3:00 pm - 3:30 pmSpecial EventExhibitor Reception5:45 - 7:00 pmPoster Receptionand Presentations5:25 - 6:45 pm

3 Day General ConferenceSaturday, March 10Break outs continuedImaging (Rad Path & RT)Radiogenomics Cherie M. Kuzmiak, DO, FACR, FSBIMultidisciplinaryClinicalAtypical Hyperplasia and Lobular Carcinoma In-situ: Management of High Risk LesionsAmy Degnim, MD2:45 - 3:15 pmAdminPillars of Breast Cancer Prehab: Keys to Engaging Providers Megan Pfarr, DPT, CLTBy separateregistration onlyOncoplasticCourseBreast Reduction Lumpectomy: Patient Selection, Pre-Operative Planning, Inferior Pole,Superior Pole Barry Rosen, MD3:15 - 4:00 pmExhibitor Welcome Break (Exhibitors will draw for their winners of raffle items at end of this break)ModeratorWilliam Sikov, MD, FACPC, FNCBC4:00 - 4:30 pmPreventing Pain with Sex in Cancer Survivors: It’s those 3 Square InchesMartha Goetsch, MD, MPHTumor Board William Sikov, MD, FACPC, FNCBC moderator4:30 - 5:30 pmJudy Boughey, MD; Priya Rastogi, MD; Julia White, MD; Ashley Cimino-Mathews, MD; Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCP(c), FACR,FACPE, FNCBC; Barbara Rabinowitz, PhD, MSW, RN, FNCBC; Melissa Hopkins, RN, BA, CN-BN, FNCBC; Shari Goldfarb, MD andRichard Santen, MDCase #1 – Post Menopausal Woman-BRCA Neg, Role of CPMCase #2 – Residual Disease after Neoadjuvant TherapyCase#3 – Premenopausal woman and BRCA Positive, s/p Oophorectomy, c/o Menopausal Symptoms/QOLBy separateregistration onlyOncoplasticCourseCary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBC moderator5:30 - 5:45 pmOncoplastic MastoTrainer Lab: Demonstration of Today’s Oncoplastic TechniquesJennifer Gass, MD, FACS, FNCBC; Gail Lebovic, MD, FACS;Gustavo Zucca-Matthes, MD, PhD; Barry Rosen, MD, FACS;Plus OthersProduct Showcase Kristie Bobolis, MD moderatorWinners of exhibitor raffles announced - must be present to win.5:45 - 7:00 pmExhibitor Reception4:00 - 5:30 pmSunday, March 117:00 - 8:00 amBreakfast Symposia with Seno MedicalModeratorJohn L. Bell, MD, FACS8:00 - 8:45 amMasters Lecture: Overview of Breast Cancer Genetics- From Inception to Current Day Judy Garber, MD8:50 - 9:20 amDiagnostic Agreement in Breast Pathology: When to Consider a Second Opinion on Pathology Kim Allison, MD9:25 - 10:00 amImpact Award: Breast MRI: Past Present and Future Horizons Christiane Kuhl, MD10:00 - 10:30 amBreak with ExhibitorsBreak OutsModeratorsImaging: Belinda Zaparinuk, RT(M), (BS), CBEC, FNCBC Survivorship: Barbara Rabinowitz, PhD, MSW, RN, FNCBCMultidisciplinary Clinical: Tina Rizack, MD, MPHOncoplastic Course: Cary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBCImaging (Rad Path & RT)Updates in MBI Jean Weigert, MDSurvivorshipSurviving the Highs and Lows in Caring for Our Survivors Drew Ebersole10:30 - 11:00 amMultidisciplinaryClinicalAnti- Osteoclast Agents in Early Stage and Advanced Breast Cancer Halle Moore, MDBy separateregistration onlyOncoplasticCourseReconstructive Lumpectomy & 10 Steps to Perfecting Outcomes Cary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBCNational Consortium of Breast Centers Advocating for Excellence in Breast Health Care9

3 Day General ConferenceSunday, March 1111:05 - 11:35 amBreak outs continuedImaging (Rad Path & RT)Breast Imaging in the Pediatric Patient Avice O’Connnell, MDSurvivorshipProactive Rehabilitation: Gaining Traction Through Early Intervention Andrea Cheville, MDMultidisciplinaryClinicalUpdate on HER 2 Breast Cancer-Early Stage and Advanced Disease Priya Rastogi, MDBy separateOncoplasticregistration only CourseBreast Reduction: Integration into Cancer Surgery, Properly Marking the Breast Gail Lebovic, MDImaging (Rad Path & RT)Stump the Professor Michele D. Lesslie, MD and Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCPC, FACR, FACPE, FNCBCSurvivorshipThinking Beyond the Standard with Risk Stratified Survivorship Care Michelle Milesko, MD11:40 - 12:10 pm MultidisciplinaryClinicalNutritional Support During Treatment/Survivorship Sherry Hammond, MBA, RDBy separateOncoplasticregistration only CourseOncoplasticMastectomy: Nipple Sparing Mastectomy, Free Nipple Graft, Breast ReductionApproaches, Direct to Implant Mastectomy, Sub-pectoral vs Pre-pectoral implants.Jennifer Gass, MD, FACS, FNCBC12:10 - 1:30 pmLunch with ExhibitorsBreak Outs1:30 - 2:00 pmModeratorsImaging: Jean Weigert, MDSurvivorship: Barbara Rabinowitz, PhD, MSW, RN, FNCBCHigh Risk Clinical Cancer Genetics: Jessica Scalia Wilbur, MSOncoplastic Course: Cary S. Kaufman, MD, FACS, FNCBCImaging (Rad Path)Immune Checkpoint Pathways & Immune Targeting in Breast Cancer Ashley Cimino-Mathews, MDSurvivorshipSpecial Considerations in the Young Breast Cancer Survivor Kathryn Ruddy, MD. MPHHigh Risk ClinicalCancer GeneticsNovel Breast Cancer Genes and Impact on Breast Cancer Prognosis Judy Garber, MDOncoplasticBy separateregistration only Course2:05 - 2:35 pmOncoplastic MastoTrainer Hands-on Lab. 1:30 pm – 5:25 pm (Break at 3:10)Jennifer Gass, MD, FACS, FNCBC; Gail Lebovic, MD, FACS; Barry Rosen, MD, FACS;Gustavo Zucca- Matthes, MD, PhD Plus OthersImaging (Rad Path)Radiologists Need to Ignite Tumor Boards Michele D. Lesslie, MDSurvivorshipThe Multi-Faceted Impact of Cost of Care Andrea Cheville, MDHigh Risk ClinicalCancer GeneticsNew Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Models- TC ver8 and SNPs Jack Cuzick, MDOncoplasticBy separateregistration only CourseOncoplastic MastoTrainer Hands-on Lab. 1:30 pm – 5:25 pm (Break at 3:10) ContinuedImaging (Rad Path)No More Wires! Ray Cody Mayo, MDSurvivorshipPractice Changing Opportunities to Enhance Survivorship Care Michelle Milesko, MD2:40 - 3:10 pmMultidisciplinaryClinicalEthnicity and Breast Cancer Genes- Beyond BRCA Kenneth Offit, MDBy separateregistration onlyOncoplasticCourse3:10 - 3:45 pmOncoplastic MastoTrainer Hands-on Lab. 1:30 pm – 5:25 pm (Break at 3:10) ContinuedBreak with ExhibitorsMarch 9-14 Paris Las Vegas10

3 Day General ConferenceSunday, March 11Break outs continuedBreak Outs3:45 - 4:15 pmModeratorsRad Path: Jay R. Parikh, MD, FRCP(c), FACR, FACPE, FNC

College of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA: The University of Tennessee College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 35.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurat