Lori A. Seaborne, MPAS, PA-C Print Friendly Page
Lori works in the UW Breast Center at UW Hospital and Clinics. She specializes in the care of women and men with breast concerns. She sees patients in the Breast Center's Survivorship program, doing surveillance to monitor for recurrence, educate patients, and help manage issues related to cancer and its treatment.
Lori had more than 10 years of experience caring for women with gynecologic malignancies prior to joining the breast center.
Sexual health in women after cancer is an area of particular interest for her and she is involved in two programs offered through the UW Carbone Cancer Center. She developed a free educational program for female cancer survivors called Intimacy and Sex in Women After Cancer. She also sees patients in the Women's Integrative Sexual Health (WISH) Program. She is one of two physician assistants who created this program to serve women with sexual health concerns related to cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Lori has been an invited lecturer on the topic of sexuality and cancer for Grand Rounds at the UW Carbone Cancer Center, the Society for Gynecologic Oncology and various survivor groups. Additionally, she lectures on various topics in the UW-Madison Physician Assistant program.
UW Health Clinics
Professional Certifications and Education
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Physician Assistant (PA)
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
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