Our AngelMy name is Brooke Johns, and I was a patient of Anna Victorine in November 2014. I had learned that I was pregnant just before Halloween. I was already a mother of three, my youngest being 7 years old
Nowadays families have so many ways to communicate: photos through text, videos on social media, chatting online, etc. But even with so much connectedness, families can forget to communicate about an important topic: their health histories.
Be a "Know-It-All" About Your Breast Cancer RiskBy Mary Freivogel, MS, CGC
Messages about breast cancer screening are conflicting and confusing. Can I wait until age 50? Every year or every other year? Professional organizations have differing opinions, but many continue to recommend annual
The sudden loss of a loved one -- a child, parent, sibling -- is a devastating event and leaves survivors not only shocked and grieving, but wanting answers. Below are some frequently asked questions about this difficult situation.
I Want to See a Genetic Counselor -- How Do I Make That Happen?
Imagine that a close female relative has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. Or, maybe you're pregnant and your doctor has ordered genetic tests but you don't really understand why.