Wherever you are in the process of determining your cancer risk or risk management options, you are not alone.
Where the patient experience matters as much as the care provided.
Our patients' health and well-being are our main priority. We provide a comfortable, nurturing environment, coupled with the finest treatment available, to help our patients look and feel their best. Facing a breast cancer diagnosis is overwhelming. We're here to help.
The Magee-Womens Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Assessment and Prevention Program offers individualized cancer prevention recommendations, medical and scientific knowledge, and advanced surveillance and diagnostic methods for women considered at high risk.
Welcome to the home page for the Pittsburgh Network for FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered! Here you will find information on our local efforts to help individuals and families affected by hereditary breast, ovarian and related cancers connect for support, awareness, resources, education, advocacy and fundraising.
If you are looking for support or information, reach out to our Pittsburgh Network peer support group leaders: Robin Karlin and Bryna Siegel Finer. Please contact Diane Rose if you are unable to connect with local volunteers.
March 18th, June 30th and September 30th
Please save these dates for our 2018 Get-Togethers. More information on time and location will be posted soon.
Do you have a family history of breast, ovarian or related cancer? Are you considering genetic testing, waiting for results, or have already tested positive for a BRCA mutation or another gene mutation associated with increased cancer risk?
Here's your chance to meet others who know what you're going through, to ask questions, learn or just listen in a safe and supportive environment. You are not alone. Join us and live your life empowered!
How a Genetic Mutation Made This Cancer Survivor Her Own Best Advocate, October 2, 2017, The Inquirer Daily News
Free Resources Available for Survivors, Previvors and Caregivers!
Whether you have just learned about your hereditary cancer risk or have known about it for many years, FORCE’s Peer Navigation Program provides important information for you and your family. Trained Peer Navigator volunteers who understand your situation are available for confidential 1:1 phone support. Following the call, you will receive a free personalized guide filled with expert-reviewed resources that will help you make informed medical decisions with your doctors.