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I have always felt lucky. My husband and I met in college when I was just 18 and were married shortly…

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We are honored by the ongoing recognition of Forbes Magazine for the outstanding business growth that our employees have achieved as…

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I never had a chance to meet my paternal grandfather, Eric. He was a handsome truck driver just like my Dad.…

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At Myriad, we regularly reach out to our customers in the medical and scientific communities as part of our ongoing process…

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There are moments in every life that have staying power. You’ll always know where you were when “it” happened. Sometimes these…

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I think it is so important for me to tell my story — mostly because it is probably similar to other…

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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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(you can also view Jill’s video HERE) My name is Jill and I am a two-time cancer survivor—I was diagnosed with…

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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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Myriad is excited to announce the launch of the online Hereditary Cancer Quiz. This quiz was designed for the general public…

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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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More than 20,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 15,000 women die from the disease each year.…

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Hi my name is Rebecca and I want to welcome you to the Myriad Genetics Blog! We wanted to share with…

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