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2023 Basser Summer Scholars
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We asked each of our undergraduate students from our 8-week internship to reflect on their experiences at the Basser Center and share what they've learned while being immersed in the lab, classroom, and clinical research settings learning about basic science, cancer genetics and genetic counseling. 

Family Health History in the Latino Community with Miri Rodriguez
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When author and storyteller Miri Rodriguez discovered she carried a BRCA1 gene mutation, she took on the role of informing her own family about how this mutation could be passed through generations. Miri and her aunt discuss the importance of knowing your family history in the Latino community.

5 Things to Know if You're at High Risk for Breast or Ovarian Cancer
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Do you have a family history of or an inherited risk to breast cancer or ovarian cancer? Have you heard of BRCA mutation? Basser executive director, Susan M. Domchek, MD, teamed up with our friends at Living Beyond Breast Cancer to discuss how genetic testing can significantly reduce your risk of a late-stage cancer diagnosis, what screenings insurance might cover, and how to talk to your doctor about your breast cancer risk. Learn about the signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer so you know what to watch out for.

2023 Basser Global Prize Keynote Presentation
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Fergus J. Couch, PhD, chair of the division of Experimental Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Mayo Clinic, was awarded the 2022 Global Prize at the 11th Annual Basser Center Scientific Symposium. Watch his keynote presentation now.

Navigating IVF & PGT: A Fireside Chat with Dr. Jaime Knopman and Jenny Sorin
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YLC Co-Chair, Jenny Sorin, joins fertility expert, Dr. Jaime Knopman, to discuss the process of freezing eggs and embryos and undergoing pre-implantation genetic testing (PGT). 

BRCA, Your Adult Children & You
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The Basser Center's Parents Leadership Community presents a panel discussion focused on supporting adult children while navigating the realities of a BRCA mutation in your family.