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I Have Cancer In My Family: How Genetic Testing Can Prevent Breast, Ovarian & Prostate Cancer
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I Have Cancer In My Family: How Genetic Testing Can Prevent Breast, Ovarian & Prostate Cancer

October 13 , 4:00 pm

Some Ashkenazi Jewish women who carry a particular BRCA-1 genetic mutation have a 65 percent chance of developing breast cancer. (Media for Medical/UIG via Getty Images)

Robert Siegel, former senior host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” hosts a webinar on how genetic testing can prevent breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. With Dr. Kenneth Offit (Chief, Clinical Genetics Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), Dr. Susan Domchek (Executive Director, Basser Center for BRCA, University of Pennsylvania), and David Margel, M.D., PH.D. (Institute of Urology & Founder of Male BRCA Clinic, Israel’s Rabin Medical Center). Presented by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center. Register here.

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October 13
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4:00 pm
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