Jan 13, 2021
Anne Peled, MD, is a practicing breast and
plastic surgeon. In this episode, we discuss the importance of
representation in the medical system and how being a breast cancer
survivor has changed the way she practices medicine.
- Intro :04
- About Peled :15
- The interview 1:07
- Peled’s journey to becoming a practicing breast cancer and
plastic surgeon 1:51
- Does your family practice near you?
- Has becoming a breast cancer survivor changed how you practice
- Addressing the disruption in care involved with cancer
- Were you able to continue working throughout your cancer
- How did you manage work-life balance while going through cancer
- As both a breast surgeon and a patient, have you come across
perspectives where some breast cancer initiatives can do the
opposite of what they were intended to do?
- Have you found effective ways to address disparities in breast
cancer care? 19:15
- The importance of representation in the medical system
- How effective has the use of social media for information been
for you, and how did you get involved doing it through Instagram?
- The impact of social media and expanding communities
- Peled’s take-home message 29:18
- How to reach Dr. Peled 30:31
Anne Peled, MD, is a practicing breast cancer
and plastic surgeon based in San Francisco. She is the co-director
of the Breast Care Center of Excellence at Sutter Health California
Pacific Medical Center.
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Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid freelance writer for
Lippincott. Peled reports no relevant financial disclosures.