Most people don’t understand what the term ‘Previvor’ means. It is our goal to make sure that patients faced with tough decisions after genetic testing have a voice, and resources available to them.
Almost a year ago I gave birth to my son. And once again, life as a previvor has made the experience a little different for me and I thought I would [...]
From Awareness to Action: A Petition Calling on Myriad Genetics to Free the Data by KJ Surkan, PhD It’s October again – Breast Cancer Awareness [...]
On October 1st of 2015, Mr. Alan M. Blassberg’s “Pink and Blue Movie; Colors of Hereditary Cancer” premiered at the Landmark [...]
It’s National Previvor Day. I had to catch myself after posting ‘Happy National Previvor Day!’ on Facebook. Don’t get me [...]
Have you ever wondered if your fear of looking dumb is holding you back from doing amazing things? I have. And it really got me to thinking, [...]
Hello there. I’d like to take a moment to introduce, or reintroduce myself, whichever the case may be. My name is Teri Smieja, and I am a BRCA1 [...]
I belong to a generation of women who know they have dangerous BRCA mutations, but our options to reduce cancer risk are agonizing. I certainly [...]