Dealing With the Likelihood of Cancer | GenomeWeb

In a post published this week in The New York Times' Motherlode special section, TV producer-turned-freelance journalist Darlena Cunha shared her thoughts on the difficulty of dealing with the knowledge that she has a very high chance of developing breast or ovarian cancer, knowledge imparted to her as a result of BRCA1 mutation testing.

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