DC Council Resolution to Declare October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month
February 16, 2010
The Council of the District of Columbia declares the month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and acknowledges the efforts of the Sullivan Center for Breast Health and its physicians in the fight against breast cancer.
DC Councilmember Mary M. Cheh presents the Resolution to Robert L. Sloan, President and CEO, Sibley Memorial Hospital
The Sullivan Center for Breast Health at Sibley Hospital has emerged as a national model in providing expert, comprehensive care using the most minimally invasive treatments possible and diagnoses, and the Sullivan center treats more breast cancers than any other medical facility serving the Washington metropolitan area.
The physicians in the Resolution are as follows:
- Breast Radiologists Rebecca A. Zuurbier, MD, and Pouneh Ravavi, MD
- Breast Surgeons Richard Flax, MD, Luther Gray, MD, Colette Magnant, MD, Marie Pennanen, MD, Meredith Garrett, MD, Michael Palmer, MD, Peter Petrucci, MD, and Martin Paul, MD
- Medical Oncologists Frederick G. Barr, MD, Ari Fishman, MD, Bruce Kressel, MD, Lisa McGrail, MD, and Frederick P. Smith, MD
- Radiation Oncologists Victoria J. Croog, MD, Irene Gage, MD, Smitha V. Gollamudi, MD, and Gregory S. Sibley, MD
- Plastic Surgeons James Bruno, MD, Coleman Brown, MD, Navin Singh, MD, Jules Feledy Jr., MD, Joseph Michaels, MD, Kathy Huang, MD, and G. Wesley Price, MD