Hosted in conjunction with Temple Emunah, and featuring Dr. Judy Garber and Jill Stopfer, MS, CGC, from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute learn about Ashkenazi Jews’ one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation.
Hear a special tribute to our founder, Lauren Corduck, and learn from Dr. Elizabeth Etkin-Kramer about the one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation. Having a BRCA gene mutation significantly increases one’s risk of developing breast, ovarian, prostate, and other cancers.
Listen in on Oneinforty’s medical webinar presented in partnership with the Prevent Hereditary Cancer Coalition, and Yodeah. Leading medical experts and researchers discussed hereditary cancers and population-based testing for BRCA gene mutations. Guest Speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Etkin-Kramer, Dr. Ranjit Manchanda, Dr. Ephrat Levy-Lahad and Dr. Sophia George
Hear advice and support for those facing cancer and their loved ones, while navigating through these challenging times. Guest Speakers: Cathy Ricketson, LCSW and Marcia Lewin-Berlin, LICSW, CCTP, ACHP-SW, Virginia Thurston Healing Garden
Are you or a loved one newly diagnosed with cancer? Listen to Dr. Ellisen talk about those newly diagnosed with cancer and how to navigate their way during COVID-19 addressing treatment options, understanding tests, and managing your care. Guest Speaker: Leif Ellisen, MD, PhD, Mass General Cancer Center
Jill Stopfer, from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute discusses the impact of COVID-19 as it relates to genetic counseling, testing and screening. Guest Speaker: Jill E. Stopfer, MS, LGC, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dr. Judy Garber, Director of the Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discusses the impact of COVID-19. Guest Speaker: Judy E. Garber, MD, MPH, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Congregation Kerem Shalom hosted this symposium in partnership with Hadassah to educate the community about Ashkenazi Jews’ one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation. Thursday, November 9, 2017 Congregation Kerem Shalom Concord, MA Congregation Kerem Shalom hosted this symposium in partnership with Hadassah to educate the community about Ashkenazi Jews’ one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation. People who …
Our beloved founder, Lauren Corduck was honored to give a “Shabbat Talk” at Congregation Beth Elohim in Acton, Massachusetts on September 15, 2017. Her presentation was entitled “Choose Life: Ashkenazi Jews and the Power of BRCA Screening.” Follow this link to view a film of our late founder’s talk.