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Dr. Suzanne Coopey practices at both Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua, NH. For patients wishing to see her in New Hampshire, please call 603-882-8375.
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Suzanne B. Coopey, MD is an Assistant in Surgery in the Division of Surgical Oncology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She specializes in breast surgery. She also serves as an Instructor in Surgery for Harvard Medical School. Dr. Coopey received her undergraduate training at the Pennsylvania State University and her medical degree from the Ohio State University College of Medicine. She did her general surgery training at the Cleveland Clinic and received her fellowship training in breast oncology at the combined Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham & Women's Hospital program.
Dr. Coopey's research activities are focused on innovations in lumpectomy techniques to optimize re-excision rates and cosmetic outcomes, clarifying the risk of breast cancer in women with atypical breast lesions, and evaluating nipple-sparing mastectomy techniques and outcomes.Research Interests:
View my most recent publications at PubMed
Coopey SB, Smith BL. The Nipple is Just Another Margin. Ann Surg Oncol 2015 Nov;22(12):3764-6.
Coopey SB, Tang R, Lei L, Freer PE, Kansal K, Colwell AS, Gadd MA, Specht MC, Austen WG, Smith BL. Increasing Eligibility for Nipple Sparing Mastectomy. Ann Surg Oncol 2013;20(10):3218.
Coopey SB, Specht MC, Warren L, Smith BL, Winograd JM, Fleischmann K. Use of Preoperative Paravertebral Block Decreases Length of Stay in Patients Undergoing Mastectomy plus Immediate Reconstruction. Ann Surg Oncol 2013;20(4): 1282-6.
Coopey SB, Mazzola E, Buckley JM, Sharko J, Belli AK, Kim EM, Polubriaginof F, Parmigiani G, Garber JE, Smith BL, Gadd MA, Specht MC, Guidi AJ, Roche CA, Hughes KS. The Role of Chemoprevention in Modifying the Risk of Breast Cancer in Women with Atypical Breast Lesions. Breast Cancer Res Treat 2012;136(3): 627–633.
Coopey SB, Buckley JM, Smith BL, Hughes KS, Gadd MA, Specht MC. Lumpectomy Cavity Shaved Margins Do Not Impact Re-Excision Rates in Breast Cancer Patients. Ann Surg Oncol 2011; 18:3036-3040
Coopey S, Smith BL, Hanson SA, Buckley JM, Hughes KS, Gadd MA, Specht MC. The Safety of Multiple Re-Excisions after Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer. Ann Surg Oncol 2011; 18: 3797-3801.
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