Breast Cancer and BRCA: Recommendations from a Pioneer in the Field

Dr. Beth Anglin is a breast cancer surgeon with almost 20 years of experience and a unique expertise on the genes responsible for many breast cancer cases: BRCA1 and BRCA2. These are the most common genes involved in hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, and the surgeon recently related that out of the 275-300 breast cancer patients she treats annually, she is currently following 200 that all tested positive for the BRCA gene.
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Leading Breast Surgeon Shares Strategy for Whole Patient Wellness During Breast Cancer Treatment

Dr. Jennifer Simmons has a very personal connection to breast cancer - a family member was diagnosed at only 29 years old, dying from the disease at 36. “Breast cancer was very much a part of my childhood and I understood at a very early age the impact that it has on a woman, her family, and the community as a whole. So fighting this disease really resonates with me.”
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