My time at the Human Genetic Center.

I found out a year ago that the variation of the BRCA gene, which gives women a hereditary risk for breast and ovarian cancer (on top of usual risks), was found in a tested family member. I decided after this past pregnancy to get tested. I like having information, and I don't think I'm the... Continue Reading →

Genetic testing, Jewish style.

I have no idea how genetic testing works outside the Jew-on-Jew baby-making bubble, but for us in the family it's a fascinating tour through Jewish history. We went today to get checked out, just in case. I'm a mutt from one Turkish/Bulgarian parent and one Eastern European chulent mix parent. This automatically helps decrease the... Continue Reading →

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