Inspira High Risk Cancer Program Our high risk program is founded on the strong belief that Inspira Health should be a driving force for cancer prevention and early detection in our community. We offer tailored prevention, screening, and risk reduction strategies. It is our view that cancer can no longer be treated at a single point in time. Fighting cancer is a lifelong commitment. Cut your risk of cancer with Inspira’s powerful new high risk assessment tool. With every mammography, Inspira offers a free cancer risk assessment so you can stay one step ahead of hereditary cancers. This includes breast, ovarian, gastric, colorectal, pancreatic, endometrial, and prostate cancers (for men), as well as melanoma. It’s just one innovative part of our comprehensive High Risk Cancer Program. How can I participate in the Inspira High Risk Cancer Program? One way is to talk with your physician who can refer you into the program, which is open to men and woman. Or, if you are concerned that your family history might put you at increased risk, call the High Risk program directly to schedule an appointment. An extra benefit of getting your mammogram at Inspira is a free High Risk Assessment. The assessment is potentially lifesaving for those who learn they are at an increased risk of developing cancer. Take 10 minutes to save your life At your mammogram appointment, you will fill out a short digital questionnaire —just 10 minutes to complete. The specially trained staff at all Inspira mammography locations can help with questions or concerns. Inspira uses a powerful digital platform to evaluate the responses and mammography results against evidence-based guidelines to identify those with a higher than average risk for developing genetically based cancers. Those with genetic ‘red flags’ will be offered the opportunity to work with our high risk cancer team. This caring, multidisciplinary clinical team will develop a personalized surveillance and/or risk reduction plan to detect cancer early or, even better, to reduce your risk of developing cancer in the first place. Customized, comprehensive, cancer prevention The Inspira High Risk Cancer Program creates a cancer prevention and screening plan based on your unique medical history, family history, and lifestyle. The Program offers: High Risk Clinic Visits that provide ongoing screening Genetic Testing with state-of-the-art reporting Genetic Counseling with trained specialists Healthy Lifestyle Counseling on nutrition, exercise and smoking cessation Early detection and advanced treatment with only you, in mind. 3-D mammography and other advanced breast imaging including ultrasound and MRI Biopsies using advanced techniques; with fast results from a radiologist Experienced, empathetic, multidisciplinary team with board-certified, fellow-trained physicians, all close to home A cancer program accredited by the prestigious American College of Surgeons – Commission on Cancer. A nationally accredited Breast Center based at the Frank Edith Scarpa Regional Cancer Pavilion at Inspira Vineland (National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers) Navigators, trained nurses and professionals who guide patients through diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation Tumor locating technology that spares healthy tissue during breast surgery Advanced medical oncology, genetic testing and immunotherapy State-of-the-art radiation oncology that can be used with chemotherapy and surgery Clinical Trials offering the most innovative options in cancer prevention and therapy Survivorship/Support programs for as long as you need them Call for a mammogram with a high-risk assessment, including same day appointments 1-800-INSPIRA Call the High Risk Cancer Program directly 856-641-8633 Why Choose Inspira for Cancer Care? Our Cancer Team and Treatment Plans Our cancer team meets regularly to plan and discuss each patient’s treatment and progress. The team includes medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists and specialists in reconstructive plastic surgery, along with nurse navigators, social workers, genetic counselors, registered dietitians, physical therapists and behavioral health specialists. Cancer Navigators Navigators, who are specially trained to assist cancer patients, offer clinical and non-clinical support. Navigators can support both physical and emotional needs through treatment and survivorship. Cancer Support Programs Support programs include ongoing distress screening/counseling and a physical rehabilitation program that can begin before treatment to improve outcomes. Support services also include nutrition counseling with a registered dietitian, and social workers who help patients navigate non-clinical needs. We also provide survivorship services to help each person achieve and maintain the best quality of life possible after treatment. Research Access to new treatments and clinical trials are available with our cancer specialists who are actively involved in research and teaching.