Minnesota Oncology is pleased to introduce our new breast surgeon, Elizabeth O’Leary, MD, FACS

“My most important role is taking care of my patients and providing a safe, reassuring place that will help them to easily navigate the confusing world of cancer, cancer therapies and benign breast diseases. My patients come first and my greatest reward comes from being able to help patients through their most trying times, getting them to the other side and bringing a smile back to their hearts and faces.”

Dr. O’Leary joins Minnesota Oncology ‘s new breast surgical services. Dr. O’Leary holds a Masters of Health Science in International Health, Disease Control and Prevention Track from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD.  She completed her residency at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, doing rotations at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Her areas of special interest include:

  • Breast cancer 
  • Benign breast diseases  
  • Cancer genetics 
  • High risk breast cancer screening andrisk reduction 
  • Ultrasound-guided / Minimally-invasive breast biopsies and interventions 

Other Interests include: Thyroid and parathyroid, skin cancer and benign masses, other surgical oncology procedures, minimally invasive biopsies, general surgery procedures

Learn more about Dr. O’Leary and request an appointment here.




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