APRIL 2016 - Hereditary Cancer News

Hereditary Cancer News is a Monthly news collaboration between Hereditary Cancer Advocates, sharing the latest news as it pertains to the Hereditary Cancer Community. “Collaboration describes a process of value creation that our traditional structures of communication and teamwork can’t achieve.” Michael Schrage

  1. "Alexa Rodheim-Cutler raised awareness for the aggressive form of the disease she had called triple-negative breast cancer and encouraged others in her family to get genetic testing for the BRCA gene, which heightens the risk for breast and ovarian cancers."
  2. #triplenegativebreastcancer 
#triplenegativebreastcancerawarenessday 
#tnbc 
#breastcancer 
#BRCA 
#africanamerican 
#basserresearchcenterforbrca 
#basser 
#basserresearch
#penncancer
#tnbcday
    #triplenegativebreastcancer #triplenegativebreastcancerawarenessday #tnbc #breastcancer #BRCA #africanamerican #basserresearchcenterforbrca #basser #basserresearch #penncancer #tnbcday
  3. New Triple Negative Breast Cancer Study Launched
  4. MEN, BRCA, & BREAST CANCER

  5. Keep Spreading the Message of Colon Cancer Awareness Month!

  6. From THE HEALTH REPORTER IS IN: March 2, 2016 -- Van Cleave said, it’s advisable to get genetic counseling before undergoing BRCA testing, “because if you get the test and you’re positive, then what?” “There’s a lot of big decisions to be made,” she said.
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