Advocate Uses Her Genetic History to Increase Knowledge of Hereditary Cancer Risk

Rachel Koszegi is on a mission to fight cancer, and she’s not alone. The 33-year-old mother who has tested positive for the BRCA2 cancer gene is one of 12 people in her family over three generations linked to the gene or diagnosed with cancer.

April 9, 2015  |  Read Full Story

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