San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“An estimated three-quarter of a million Americans carry an inherited BRCA mutation but nearly 90% of these individuals don’t know about their risk.”
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Few genetic counseling and testing sponsorships will be made available to qualifying candidates. Approval based on completed application.
WHAT: Join us for our 2nd Annual Breakfast Summit to learn the risk factors, prevention measures, latest clinical developments, genetic counseling/testing and lifestyle options to reduce the risk of genetic and non-genetic breast and ovarian cancer
WHO: Individuals with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, with BRCA mutations, survivors, previvors individuals with a predisposition to cancer, and individuals who'd like information on genetic and non-genetic risk factors for breast and ovarian cancer
WHEN: September 30, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM in observance of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer week
HOW: Learn, discuss, collaborate, exchange, and share over an elaborate breakfast and beverages!
We will have three eminent speakers and subject matter experts on our panel who will educate the audience on the following topics:
Molly S. Daniels: Genetic Counselor, Clinical Cancer Genetics Program, MD Anderson Cancer Center
- Topic: Awareness and assessment of breast and ovarian cancer risk
Dr. Karen H. Lu: Professor and Chair, Department of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine, Division of Surgery, MD Anderson Cancer Center
- Topic: Prevention of Genetic & Non-Genetic Breast And Ovarian Cancer
Dr. Aparna Kamat: Director of Gynecologic Oncology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Methodist Hospital
- Topic: Latest treatment options for genetic & non-genetic ovarian cancer