Monthly Archives: July 2012

Being positive about my Uninformative Negatives

Last week I met with Dr. Rebecca Yee, a genetic counselor who works at NYU with Dr. Smith to help me establish a better estimate of my risk for developing breast cancer.  As I mentioned in my first post, I … Continue reading

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What’s right for me may not be right for you

The blog has almost 400 hits. Again, thank you all. I’ve gotten many emails, calls, shout outs and I’m sorry if I haven’t gotten back to you yet. I’m working on it. I’ve realized that there are a few things … Continue reading

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Wow…

125 people looked at this yesterday…thank you to each and every one of you. Here is a link to Dr. Smith talking, in general, about breast cancer risk: http://fora.tv/2007/09/13/Dr__Julia_Smith_on_Breast_Cancer_Risks Also, for any of you who have breast cancer in your family … Continue reading

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The Beginning: A Good Place to Start

Rewind to November of 2005, I’m watching my mother die. During her final moments in the early morning of the 15th the house is quiet and most of our current support team is deeply asleep. I am thinking that this … Continue reading

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