Hereditary Cancer Demands a New Medical Discipline

BRCA Ribbon and Broken Gene
In October 2017, I suddenly found myself in the role of cancer caregiver and “BRCA2 mutation-adjacent” advocate in the hereditary cancer community after my late wife was diagnosed with cancer. During the course of my wife’s battle against hereditary cancer I learned many things about genetics and how some cancers can be prevented.

We desperately need a new medical discipline and I have coined a word for this discipline -- I call it “previvology.” Read my story about it here at CURE Today:
Hereditary Cancer Demands a New Medical Discipline


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