Talking With Your Family About BRCA Mutations
Dr. Allison Werner-Lin discusses how families living with pathogenic BRCA variants can support their adult children.
Basser Young Leadership Council Info
Learn more about the Basser Young Leadership Council, a forum for young adults who are BRCA-affected to engage with the mission of the Basser Center, stay informed about advances in BRCA-related cancer research and care, provide community, and more.
Information for Carriers of BRCA Gene Mutations
This booklet includes information for BRCA mutation carriers on genetics, cancer risk management, screening guidelines, surgical prevention, and more.
Basser Center Launches New BRCA Awareness Campaign
This spring, we launched a first-of-its kind campaign aimed at bringing information about BRCA gene mutations to the forefront.
Basser Center Launches Summer Internship Program to Increase Diversity in Medicine
This summer, we’ve launched a new internship program for undergraduate students from underrepresented communities in medicine who are interested in pursuing a career in genetic counseling, clinical genetics, and basic science.
Theresa and Patti’s Story
When Penn Medicine researcher Theresa Colligon accidentally discovered her own BRCA mutation after enrolling her family in a study, it helped provide lifesaving information for her family.