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Nicole Garcia Discusses Having Health History Conversations in the Latino Community
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HRD Testing in Ovarian Cancer by Stefan Gysler, MD, MHS
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"What are your thoughts on HRD testing in ovarian cancer if negative for BRCA?"

Stefan Gysler, MD, MHS, Assistant Clinical Professor in Gynecologic Oncology at the Basser Center, answers this question by explaining HRD and why you should test for it.

2022 Breakthroughs & Discoveries Panel
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The Basser Center's virtual event featured internationally renowned experts in the field of BRCA-related cancer research and care. The panel was moderated by Basser Executive Director Susan Domchek, MD, and featured NCI’s Andre Nussenzweig, PhD, Penn Medicine’s Kara N. Maxwell, MD, PhD, and the ICR’s Andrew Tutt, MB, ChB, PhD, FMedSci.

Interview with Andre Nussenzweig, PhD - 2021 Basser Global Prize Winner
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Keynote speaker and 2021 Basser Global Prize Awardee Andrew Nussensweig, PhD, of the National Cancer Institute's (NCI) sits down for an interview at the 10th Annual Basser Center Scientific Symposium.

Men & BRCA Educational Panel
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A panel discussion focused on men and BRCA gene mutations, including risk factors and surveillance options. Hear from BRCA mutation carrier and advocate, Gary Fuhrman, Penn Medicine physician Vivek Narayan, MD, MSCE, and Basser Genetic Counselor Avi Anantharajah, MS, LCGC. The discussion was moderated by Basser Young Leadership Council member Louis Abrams, Esquire.

Our BRCA Journeys: A Storytelling Event
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Susan Domchek, MD, moderated this Central Synagogue panel with individuals across various communities discussing their BRCA mutations and the steps they have taken to reduce their risk.

A BRCA Family Affair: The Garcia Family Shares Their Story
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Basser Young Leadership Council member and patient advocate Nicole Garcia, her mother, Mariana Garcia, and her sister, Marisa Martinez, discuss their family's journey with BRCA, including how they've managed their personal cancer risk, and how the Latino community can better educate themselves about family cancer history. The panel was moderated by Alejandra Campoverdi, co-founder of the Basser Center's LATINOS & BRCA initiative.