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Breast-ovarian cancer, familial 4

RAD51L3 mutation
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Type of Disease: Genetic, predisposition/ multifactorial Cancer

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VHL Alliance Newsletter
Added By: VHL Alliance
Added On: Jun 20, 2019
Category: General
The newsletter is designed to educate and empower patients and all those impacted by VHL. It is a critical piece of VHLA’s educational and support efforts.
VHL Alliance Blog
Added By: VHL Alliance
Added On: Jun 20, 2019
Category: Blogs
There are no true rules for the VHL journey. It is different for everyone. VHL impacts everyone, the VHLer and those who love the VHLer. Read how others are living through and thriving during their journey.
The VHL Handbook: What You Need to Know About VHL
Added By: VHL Alliance
Publish Date: Jun 20, 2019
Category: General
A reference handbook patients, caregivers and healthcare providers; it explains how VHL occurs, how to monitor and test for possible medical issues, and common treatment options to consider.
Cancer? Talk to Someone Who's Been There
Added On: Jun 12, 2019
Category: General
Brochure that outlines services and support offered to cancer patients/caregivers by CHN Volunteers.
Se Valiente, Son Tus Senos
Added By: SHARE
Added On: Jan 25, 2013
Category: General
An illustrated Spanish-language publication that dispels common myths about breast cancer in Latino communities.