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.
So….Tuesday at 3pm I was sitting around in a coffee stained t-shirt, blogging and tweeting. And I got a call from Al Jazeera. “Can [...]
I woke up this morning to an exploding inbox. Text from my dad and tweets from my sister-in-law. “What do you think of AJ’s [...]
The following is a guest post from Ellen Matloff, Director of the Cancer Genetic Counseling Program at Yale University. Ellen has been a pioneer [...]
April 15th started out for me with excitement and nerves. After weeks of preparation, I showed up for the big day ready to talk about my [...]
The following post is by Shannon Davis Litchy, attorney, breast cancer survivor, and mom. Follow her on twitter @SLLitchy On April 15, 2013, SCOTUS [...]
Monday is coming! What does that mean? The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in Association of Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics. If [...]
The Supreme Court is about to decide whether human DNA can be patented. On April 15th, I’ll be speaking on the steps of the Supreme Court as [...]