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The Latest Breast Health News from CTMH | Doctors Hospital
Mammography Educators visited Grand Cayman to educate our staff on the new fast, efficient and professional service that technicians can offer.Read More
On Saturday, March 11th, the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation held its seventh annual Light up the Night walk down Seven Mile Beach. Hundreds of people came out to help to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation. Everyone walked from Royal Palms to the Ritz-Carlton and back in the light of the (almost) full moon. […]Read More
If breast cancer is suspected, imaging tests and a biopsy may be needed. Breast cancer is often found during a screening mammogram or breast exam, but sometimes a woman notices and reports a change in her breast. If you have a suspicious lump or an abnormal screening result, you will need to have follow-up tests. […]Read More
CTMH has recruited Dr. Dwight Lowe who will be starting as a Consultant Oncologist/ Haematologist with the Specialist Clinic this month on the 29 December. Dr. Lowe has more than 12 years of relevant experience having graduated from The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona with his M.B., B.S. followed by his earning of […]Read More
Our Breast Health Team
Dr. Eduardo Barosso MD FACS Dr. Eduardo Barosso is a visiting plastic surgeon with CTMH | Doctors Hospital. His primary practice is located in Miami, Florida. For over 17 years, Dr. Eduardo Barroso has provided high quality Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery to his patients locally, nationally and internationally. His experience and knowledge combined with a […]Read More
Dr. Eduardo BarrosoPlastic Surgeon
Dr. Sarath de Alwis – Seneviratne, CMH FRCS, FRCOG, MRCP, FFSRH (UK), FACOG, MRCS, LRCP (Eng), LRCS. (Edin), LRCP (Edin), LRCP&S (Glas), MAACS Master of Surgery Former Head of Department Ob. / Gyn. Cayman Islands Associate Professor St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine Fellow of The Royal College of Obstetricians, Gynecologists & Surgeons (UK) SENIOR […]Read More
Dr. Sarath de AlwisOB/GYN
Dr. Tanja Ebanks MD FMH (Switzerland) Dr. Ebanks practice includes: Patients can book appointments directly with Dr. Ebanks at 345.946.0067.Read More
Dr. Tanja EbanksGeneral Surgeon
Dr. Dwight Lowe MBBS DM Dr. Dwight Lowe is a visiting Oncologist with CTMH | Doctors Hospital. Dr. Lowe has been practising out of our Visiting Specialist Clinic since November 2014. Dr. Lowe has more than 12 years of relevant experience having graduated from UWI – Mona with his MBBS followed by his earning of his DM (Clinical Haematology) degree […]Read More
Dr. Dwight LoweOncologist
Dr. Yaron Rado is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Radiologist at CTMH | Doctors Hospital.Read More
Dr. Yaron RadoBoard Chairman and Chief Radiologist
Dr. Darley Solomon MD MBA Dr. Darley Solomon is an attending General Surgeon who has been practicing at CTMH | Doctors Hospital since 2011. Dr. Solomon earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Doctor of Medicine degrees at Howard University in Washington, DC. He then completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Jacobi Medical […]Read More
Dr. Darley SolomonGeneral Surgeon
Learn more about Breast Tomosynthesis
Less anxiety and short waits for appointments
- An appointment can be scheduled usually within a week
- Advanced digital mammography systems can detect even the earliest signs of cancer
- Proactive care is available for high-risk individuals
- Options for breast biopsy
Treatment & TherapiesBreast cancer is treated with surgery (either breast conserving procedures or a mastectomy) and radiation therapy. These are referred to as local therapies because they target the tumor directly. However, it is sometimes difficult for your doctor to determine if the cancer cells have spread. In these cases, your doctor will also recommend one or a combination of systemic therapies, which travel through the bloodstream looking for additional cancer cells.
Wellness & Prevention
We highly recommend breast self-examinations.
Beginning in their 20’s, women should be told about the benefits and limitatons of breast self-exam (BSE). Women should be aware of how their breasts normally look and feel and report any new breast changes to a health professional as soon as they are found. Finding a breast change does not necessarily mean there is a cancer.