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Genetics of Breast Cancer: A Comprehensive Review By Nadia Arora, ND
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Increasing awareness of a strong influence of heredity on breast cancer has lead to this comprehensive review article, which is focused on genetic factors related to breast cancer. This article... More > discusses mechanism of carcinogenesis, prevalence and mode of inheritance of BRCA1 and BRCA1, as well as involvement of these genes in other types of cancer. It also discusses 8 other oncogenes and one genomic region associated with breast cancer. Male breast cancer, although rare, is strongly associated with the hereditary factors. This article discusses specific genetic mutations and hereditary conditions, which often lead to male breast cancer. Genetic testing and gene profiling, increasingly used in diagnosis and prognosis of breast cancer, are discussed in detail. This review article covers 26 original research studies and includes analysis of these studies in the context of breast cancer genetics.< Less
Chasing the Golden Triangle: Triumph Over Cancer By Tamara Christine Green
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Discovery with breast cancer.
Notes From My Daughter (PB)(R2) By Linda Russell
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Notes From My Daughter (PB)(8.25)R100608 By Linda Russell
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Shannon was a young wife looking forward to having children and spending her days with her husband. All that changed when, at the tender age of 28, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She did... More > everything right - chemotherapy, a double mastectomy with reconstruction surgery - everything, but just 4 short months later The Beast came back and was more aggressive than ever. Shannon had the BRCA1 gene mutation and it spread from her breasts and lymph nodes to her lungs and sternum and, eventually, to her brain. Share Shannon's experiences through her journey with this devastating disease. Shannon faced the challenges of chemotherapy (twice), double mastectomy, radiation therapy, lung taps and much much more. But through it all - the fears and tears, joys and sorrows, ups and downs she faced it all with her quick wit, a positive attitude and a wonderful sense of humor and smile that everyone came to love about Shannon.< Less
Notes From My Daughter (PB)(8.25)R100608 By Linda Russell
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Shannon was a young wife looking forward to having children and spending her days with her husband. All that changed when, at the tender age of 28, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She did... More > everything right - chemotherapy, a double mastectomy with reconstruction surgery - everything, but just 4 short months later The Beast came back and was more aggressive than ever. Shannon had the BRCA1 gene mutation and it spread from her breasts and lymph nodes to her lungs and sternum and, eventually, to her brain. Share Shannon's experiences through her journey with this devastating disease. Shannon faced the challenges of chemotherapy (twice), double mastectomy, radiation therapy, lung taps and much much more. But through it all - the fears and tears, joys and sorrows, ups and downs she faced it all with her quick wit, a positive attitude and a wonderful sense of humor and smile that everyone came to love about Shannon.< Less
Leaving Long Island ...and Other Departures By Fern Kupfer
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'Leaving Long Island' is the story of a woman whose life experience includes the loss of a child, the explosive end of a long marriage, and the discovery of a genetic inheritance endemic to the... More > Ashkenazi Jewish population. This second-half-of-life memoir is a compelling narrative of both pain and happy second chances. Fern Kupfer’s work has appeared in Newsweek, Redbook, Family Circle, Woman’s Day, The Women’s Review of Books, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Parents and Cosmopolitan magazines. She recently retired from Iowa State University where she taught creative writing. For more than a decade, her popular column “Mothering “ and “A Certain Age” appeared regularly in the Long Island newspaper, Newsday. She was the recipient for the Myrtle Wreath Award by the Nassau County Hadassah, the largest women’s philanthropy in the nation.< Less
Leaving Long Island ...and Other Departures By Fern Kupfer
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"Leaving Long Island" is the story of a woman whose life experience includes the loss of a child, the explosive end of a long marriage, and the discovery of a genetic inheritance endemic to... More > the Ashkenazi Jewish population. This second-half-of-life memoir is a compelling narrative of both pain and happy second chances. Fern Kupfer’s work has appeared in Newsweek, Redbook, Family Circle, Woman’s Day, The Women’s Review of Books, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Parents and Cosmopolitan magazines. She recently retired from Iowa State University where she taught creative writing. For more than a decade, her popular column “Mothering “ and “A Certain Age” appeared regularly in the Long Island newspaper, Newsday. She was the recipient for the Myrtle Wreath Award by the Nassau County Hadassah, the largest women’s philanthropy in the nation.< Less
Leaving Long Island ...and Other Departures By Fern Kupfer
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"Leaving Long Island" is the story of a woman whose life experience includes the loss of a child, the explosive end of a long marriage, and the discovery of a genetic inheritance endemic to... More > the Ashkenazi Jewish population. This second-half-of-life memoir is a compelling narrative of both pain and happy second chances. Fern Kupfer’s work has appeared in Newsweek, Redbook, Family Circle, Woman’s Day, The Women’s Review of Books, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Parents and Cosmopolitan magazines. She recently retired from Iowa State University where she taught creative writing. For more than a decade, her popular column “Mothering “ and “A Certain Age” appeared regularly in the Long Island newspaper, Newsday. She was the recipient for the Myrtle Wreath Award by the Nassau County Hadassah, the largest women’s philanthropy in the nation.< Less