Michelle Roberson

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Experience

Radiologist  - Central Carolina Hospital

Education

MD  - 

doctor of medicine degree  - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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"Women find that the Mammotome biopsy is easier on them than open surgery," said Michelle Roberson, MD, radiologist at Central Carolina Hospital.Michelle Roberson, MD received her doctor of medicine degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her radiology residency and a breast imaging fellowship at the Medical College of Virginia.

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"Women find that the Mammotome biopsy is easier on them than open surgery," said Michelle Roberson, MD, radiologist at Central Carolina Hospital."Although most biopsies are benign, early detection is so crucial.It is to the benefit of the community that Central Carolina Hospital can now offer an attractive alternative to surgical biopsy." More than 1 million breast biopsies are performed each year in the US, of which, approximately eight out of ten result in a benign (non-cancerous) finding. According to a survey by Roper Starch sponsored by the National Alliance for Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO) and Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company and the manufacturer of the Mammotome, most women do not know that they have biopsy options.Michelle Roberson, MD received her doctor of medicine degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her radiology residency and a breast imaging fellowship at the Medical College of Virginia. email this page to a friend

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Michelle Roberson, a local radiologist, an O'Neal parent, and a longtime runner, has started a running program for the students and their families called Kids on the Run. Roberson designed the program to be easy, non-threatening and provide the basis for lifetime fitness. She has set up a course on the O'Neal campus with quarter - and half-mile marks. On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:15 to 4 p.m., participants meet on the soccer field for warm-ups before taking off for a run, a jog, or walk for the distance of their choice. Roberson keeps charts of distances participants reach each day, with the goal for everyone to be able to complete the 26.2 miles needed for a marathon. Neither the school or Roberson had any idea if anyone would be interested in beginning a running program, but Kids on the Run was a success, the school spokeswoman, Missy Quis, director of admissions, said.

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