Amy was diagnosed with BRCA2-related breast cancer.
When Carole Gross was diagnosed with breast cancer, she knew having radiation therapy close to her home was essential. She chose Penn Radiation Oncology, located on the campus of Doylestown Hospital's campus, for its convenience and its reputation.
Danielle has not yet been tested with a known familial BRCA1 mutation.
Performer Eva Moon spoke at the 2014 joining FORCEs Conference last month, integrating humor with the otherwise serious topic of hereditary cancer.
Gene is an anonymous BRCA mutation carrier and previvor.
Harvey survived BRCA2-related breast and prostate cancer.
Jasmine is a BRCA2 mutation carrier and previvor.
Jeanna is an anonymous BRCA mutation carrier and previvor.
Ken is a BRCA mutation carrier and previvor.
At 43, Lauryn had her first mammogram since having a daughter, and that’s when she learned she had cancer.
Proton therapy is a non–invasive, incredibly precise cancer treatment that uses a beam of protons moving at very high speeds to destroy cancer cells.
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