Breast cancer can strike any woman at any time, yet few young women are fully aware of the potential deadly threat they face.
Primary care doctors should assess women’s BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation risks if their ancestry is prone to BRCA mutations.
The BRCA gene has a reputation as a “Jewish cancer gene.”
You can now monitor your breasts at home, thanks to Yehudit Abrams.
It might be powerful enough to stop cancer in its tracks.
Louis-Dreyfus is “incredibly strong,” a “Veep” cast member says.
Knowing these mutations will help doctors create personalized treatments based on a patient’s genetic code.
Louis-Dreyfus announced in a Twitter post that she was diagnosed with cancer, following a successful run on the show “Veep.”
Visiting a mikvah for spiritual reasons, but beyond the times required by Jewish law, is “still kosher,” and can be quite meaningful.
Public health officials trying to fight breast cancer in Australia find the country’s Jewish population especially challenging.