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I have always been an optimist, a glass half-full type of person. So when I found a lump in my breast…

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As I looked at the pathology report bearing my name and the words “poorly differentiated ductal carcinoma of the left breast,”…

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Not many of us can look at a genetic code and be inspired to create artwork from it. For most people…

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We’re in the business of saving lives.  That’s what really matters to me, and to the very bright people who work…

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“When I was in high school, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 42. She had a lumpectomy, chemo,…

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There are limited recommendations on this topic.1 The following summarizes the literature, however, a clinician’s judgment will also be based on…

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The Preventive Care marketing team had the opportunity to attend the ACOG District II show in New York a few weeks…

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The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC)’s 2012 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada was held November 8th through 10th. Survivors, caregivers, healthcare…

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Today’s Myridian Monday spotlight is on John Ryan, the Senior Director of Operations and an employee of Myriad for over 12 years.…

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On September 28th, 2012 Myriad partnered with Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) to educate breast cancer survivors at the Annual LBBC…

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This BRCA2 positive patient has had a mastectomy and prostatectomy. Yes, you read that correctly. Meet Robert, a male HBOC carrier…

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Leslie had everything planned for her upcoming Thanksgiving feast. Her Christmas shopping lists were in order, and she was ready to…

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In 2010, Congress passed a resolution declaring the last week of September as National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) Week…

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