About Edith Sanford
Edith Sanford Breast Center is pioneering the future of breast cancer research and care. Our innovative, personalized approach to breast care is centered around the patient — from the latest advancements in prevention and early breast cancer detection, through advanced diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.
A national nonprofit organization established with a generous gift from Denny Sanford in 2012, Edith Sanford Breast Center has over 49 locations and 150 providers in South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota and is an integrated part of the Sanford Health organization.
Edith Sanford Breast Center provides comprehensive care for every woman. From screening, treatment and survivorship to breast cancer research, our team of breast health experts is here for you every step of the way.
We are dedicated to winning the fight against breast cancer and empowering every woman to be proactive about their breast health.
When was your last mammogram?
Early detection saves lives. Schedule your mammogram today and encourage others to do the same. Breast screenings only take a few moments. A few moments may save a life.
Research and Cures
Pioneering a smart, innovative approach to breast cancer, Edith Sanford Breast Center is committed to conducting groundbreaking research to find cures faster. Our expert team of physicians and researchers are leading the way by accelerating lifesaving discoveries and raising the standard for breast cancer care.
We are committed to advancing breakthrough genomic research to identify the most precise treatments for each person and help prevent the disease on an individual basis.
The mission of the Edith Sanford Breast Foundation is to unlock each woman’s genetic code, advance today’s prevention and treatment, and end breast cancer for future generations.
Every dollar raised by the Edith Sanford Breast Foundation is invested directly into smart, innovative research and patient care. Please join us and help create a tomorrow where no more of our loved ones are lost to this devastating disease.