When celebrities publicly share their cancer diagnoses it is common for medical professionals to experience dramatic increases in office calls and for internet searches about the celebrity’s cancer to rise. In this blog post we shine the spotlight on a few celebrities (Angelina Jolie, Sandra Lee, and Joan Lunden) who have spoken up about their cancer experience…

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Today’s podcast is a survival story meant to remind us that in the midst of cancer their is hope. In this conversation, Joan shares her story of early an onset Stage II breast cancer diagnosis at 27, genetic testing and a BRCA mutation at 42 and Stage IIIA ovarian cancer at age 47. Speaking now…

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Color Genomics just announced that for a mere $249 they are offering genetic testing for a panel of genes that will include BRCA1, BRCA2 and 17 other genes associated with cancer risk. Considering that the lead competitor in this space offers their cancer gene panel for more than $4000, you can see why this announcement…

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Last Updated: February 5, 2019 Have you lost that lovin’ feeling after a cancer diagnosis or treatment(s)? Or perhaps you haven’t been sexually active since having prophylactic removal of your breasts, colon, ovaries, uterus, or all of the above? Well, that’s not surprising. Your main goal has been to get through it. You’ve done that…

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