Over the last few years we’ve been hearing more about BRCA testing and BRCA gene mutations, especially when actress/BRCA gene carrier Angelina Jolie revealed she had her ovaries removed and a double mastectomy in order to prevent cancer, a disease that…

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According to The Foundation for Women’s Cancer and the American Cancer Society, “It is estimated that there will be about 98,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately 30,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the United States during 2015.” According to renowned…

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Most of us have been affected by cancer in some way, and unfortunately many of us know someone who has passed away from the disease. In 2004, I lost one of my favorite professors to ovarian cancer. According to OvarianCancer.org,…

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When I transferred to CSUS from a junior college, I was inspired to take a Women in Mass Media class taught by Dr. Leah Vande Berg. I had just wrapped up a couple internships and wasn’t sure if journalism was…

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