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“Demystifying Genetics” Podcast Guest Ellen Matloff

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“Demystifying Genetics” Podcast Guest Ellen Matloff

Our President/CEO, Ellen Matloff was a guest host on Austrailian Genetic Counselor Matthew Burgess’ podcast, “Demystifying Genetics” for a Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Awareness themed episode. Patients advocates join Matthew later in the program to share their experiences. Their discussion explored… The role of the genetic counselor and their role in the ordering and interpretation…

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Ellen Matloff on “CURE Talks Cancer” Podcast

In a special edition of “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, our President/CEO, Ellen Matloff, and the founder of Proactive Genes, Shannon Pulaski, were guests to help kick off National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Week and Previvor Day. In this episode, you’ll hear about their resources and how each can help others learn more about their hereditary…

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Our CEO Interviews Author of “Mom’s Genes”, for Kids

  Shannon, you’ve written a children’s book called Mom’s Genes that serves as an introduction for young children to learn about genetics and family history. There are few books on the market that cover this topic, and none that I know of written by a parent. What inspired you to write Mom’s Genes? I was inspired…

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Angelina’s Impact: Genetic Counselors Share

It’s been five years since Angelina Jolie announced to the world she carries a BRCA1 mutation and had a prophylactic double mastectomy to lower her risks of developing breast cancer. Below genetic counselors reflect on the impact she has made by sharing her story and starting widespread conversation about hereditary cancer and prevention. “Angelina Jolie’s…

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Angelina’s Impact: Advocates Share

It’s been five years since Angelina Jolie announced to the world she carries a BRCA1 mutation and had a prophylactic double mastectomy to lower her risks of developing breast cancer. Below advocates reflect on the impact she has made by sharing her story and starting widespread conversation about hereditary cancer and prevention. “Angelina’s efforts have…

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