I believe that optimal breast care for women and men extends beyond making an accurate diagnosis and providing evidence-based treatment. It includes helping people understand their individual risk for breast disease and supporting them in taking steps to lower their risk. And for patients undergoing treatment for breast disease, it means caring for the whole person by providing tailored education about nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, meditation, and other approaches to improved healing, health, and well-being. Today, we know much more than we did years ago about why some people are at greater risk for breast disease, what can be done to reduce risk, and why some breast disease is harder to treat than others. I am committed to providing personalized care that is aimed at preventing breast disease when possible, detecting breast disease early, and personalizing treatment using all available approaches to ensure the best outcomes.