Dahlia M. Sataloff, M.D., director of the Comprehensive Breast Center and vice chairman of the department of surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital, is clinical professor of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Sataloff is an honors graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School and completed her residency in surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital. Board-certified in general surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, she is a member of many professional societies including the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Society of Surgical Oncology, and American Society of Breast Surgeons, among others. She serves as an editorial reviewer for the Archives of Surgery and is a member of the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group.
Dr. Sataloff's practice is devoted exclusively to breast surgery and management of benign and malignant breast diseases. She has lectured extensively on breast cancer detection, treatment, and management and is the author of over 30 scientific papers and two books. Dr. Sataloff is the recipient of many awards and has been recognized as one of Philadelphia Magazine's "Top Docs" for the treatment of breast disease.
"I am delighted to serve on the Professional Advisory Board of Breastcancer.org, a superb, comprehensive and up-to-date informational source for women worldwide," says Dr. Sataloff. "Education about breast cancer is imperative for patients' decision-making regarding treatment options, dispelling myths, and disseminating important new advances in our field. Breastcancer.org is one of the most authoritative internet-based resources on breast cancer, and I am honored to contribute to its endeavors."
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