Oneinforty is part of a network of organizations that provide education and support to individuals and families facing their risk of BRCA-related hereditary cancers. We provide the following resources to those living with and impacted by cancer.
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Oneinforty’s mission is to raise awareness of the one-in-forty risk to Ashkenazi Jews (those of Eastern European descent) of inheriting BRCA gene mutations, and provide the support individuals and families need to effectively manage their cancer risk.
Our virtual educational webinar series is intended to educate attendees about Ashkenazi Jews’ one-in-forty risk of inheriting a BRCA gene mutation. Each event features leading medical experts, Oneinforty Ambassadors, and other stakeholders who provide information about BRCA gene mutations, the Jewish-Cancer connection, and personal stories about their BRCA journeys.
We recognize that it can be overwhelming to face one’s risk of having inherited a BRCA gene mutation. Oneinforty has a cadre of mental health professionals who volunteer their time to provide confidential emotional support to individuals and families who are considering facing their BRCA risk. We also connect people with other emotional support programs and resources.
There are many reasons why you may choose to enroll in a clinical trial and/or research study. These resources can help you locate a clinical trial or research study in your area.
Cancer Net – Doctor Approved Patient Information for ASCO
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
We at Oneinforty are committed to supporting our community during these challenging times. You can browse our online resources, attend one of our online webinars, or reach out to us for support.
Please visit your state government’s website for resources in your community. For your state, please visit the CDC’s website. New England area resources: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont