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Every woman with ovarian cancer meets national guidelines for genetic evaluation.
Designed for anyone affected by hereditary cancer, this conference will educate and inspire you. Join us October 6-8, 2016 in Orlando, FL.
Get matched to a peer navigator to receive support and a personalized guide for your specific journey.
Should you consider genetic testing for hereditary cancer? We have compiled resources to help you decide.
FORCE is honored to spotlight a woman who is deeply invested in educating others about resources available to help stop cancer in families. Interested in helping others in our community? Fill out our VolunteerFORCE application. You too can make a difference!
Research is the best way for the medical community to discover better methods to detect, prevent, or treat cancer, or to improve quality of life.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) released new breast cancer screening guidelines, raising the recommended age for beginning annual screening from 40 to 45, and endorsing biennial screenings beginning at age 55. Read our statement on these new guidelines.
The news can be confusing. Cutting through the clutter, our team of medical and research experts reviews media articles and research so you can make better informed medical decisions.
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The latest edition of our Joining FORCEs newsletter is available online. Read articles on the latest research and stories from people making a difference in the HBOC community.
We're on a mission to enroll 15,000 people in research. Help us expand expand patient centered research focused on hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.