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Ask a Genetic Counselor: Genetic Testing and Variants of Uncertain Significance
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Basser Center genetic counselor Jessica Ebrahimzadeh, MS, LCGC, discusses genetic testing and what it means to receive a variant of uncertain significance in your results.

Talking With Your Family About BRCA Mutations
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Basser Executive Director Susan Domchek, MD, and Allison Werner-Lin, PhD, Associate Professor at Penn Medicine’s School of Social Policy and Practice discuss how to talk to your family about BRCA mutations and hereditary cancer.

Raising Awareness of BRCA and Hereditary Cancer in Latino Communities
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Alejandra Campoverdi, patient advocate and co-founder of the Basser Center's LATINX & BRCA initiative, discusses the importance of raising awareness of hereditary cancer in the Latinx community.

The Origins of Ovarian Cancer: From TP53 to STIC Lesions
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Basser Director of Gynecologic Research, Ronny Drapkin, MD, PhD, discusses the cellular origins of ovarian cancer in the fallopian tubes.

2020 Global Prize Presentation and Keynote
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At the 2020 Basser Scientific Symposium, Global Prize winners Douglas Easton, PhD, and Antonis Antoniou, Phd, from Cambridge University, presented their keynote addresses.

The Importance of BRCA Research: Ovarian Cancer and the Fallopian Tubes
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Basser Director of Gynecologic Cancer Research, Ronny Drapkin, MD, PhD, discusses the relationship between ovarian cancer and the fallopian tubes and highlights the importance of BRCA-related cancer research.

2020 Breakthroughs and Discoveries Panel
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The Basser Center’s virtual Breakthroughs and Discoveries panel brought together internationally renowned experts in the field of BRCA-related cancer research and care to discuss how discoveries in the lab translate to patient care.

Racial Disparities in Hereditary Cancer
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Basser Young Leadership Council co-chair and patient advocate Erika Stallings discusses racial disparities in hereditary cancer, BRCA mutations in the Black community, and more with Basser Center scientist and Penn Medicine medical oncologist Payal Shah, MD.