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Ingrid was much more likely to carry the BRCA gene mutation
Ingrid knows all about the BRCA gene mutation. As an Ashkenazi Jewish woman, she’s around 10 times more likely to carry the mutation than women in the general population. Now, having recently received confirmation that she has the BRCA1 gene mutation, she talks about her ovarian cancer experience,...
Mary
Most of the Mary's relatives on her father's side have had cancer
It was only after being diagnosed that Mary discovered she had a family history of ovarian cancer. Here she discusses the shock of her diagnosis, and why she believes it’s so important for women to know their risk of ovarian cancer...  I had always known that two of my aunts died young. I was told...
An expert Q& A session had a dramatic impact on Shani's life
When Shani attended one of our Being Together events back in 2014, she had no idea that an expert Q&A session would have such a dramatic impact on her life. Here Shani talks about ovarian cancer and what it really means to test positive for the BRCA 2 gene… I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer...
Diane
Diane wants to raise awareness in the Jewish community
As a carrier of the BRCA 1 gene mutation, Diane talks about her experiences of breast and ovarian cancer and why she believes there needs to be more awareness within the Jewish community… I’ve had a pretty tough time over the last few years. I was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer back in 1998. ...

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