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Study could make genetic testing more accessible to women

Genetic testing for cancer risk can significantly improve the prevention or treatment of hereditary cancers, but studies have shown that people who might have a genetic risk often don’t get tested.

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Convenient Spit Test Helps Women Assess Cancer Risk From The Comfort Of Their Own Homes

Genetic testing for cancer risk can significantly improve the prevention or treatment of hereditary cancers, but studies have shown that people who might have a genetic risk often don’t get tested.

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Convenient spit test helps women assess cancer risk from the comfort of their own homes

Genetic testing for cancer risk can significantly improve the prevention or treatment of hereditary cancers, but studies have shown that people who might have a genetic risk often don’t get tested.

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Spit in the vial to test your cancer risk

A Stand Up To Cancer program is trying to improve access to genetic testing for those who might be at risk of hereditary cancers.

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Sheroes: 10 Things You Should Do To Be Your Best Self

What are the top ten pieces of advice you would give women to be their best selves?

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How I’m Living Now: Katie Couric, Journalist

The journalist is running her media company from the Hamptons, watching ‘Normal People,’ working on her memoir and not really paying attention to TV news.

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Terry Crews: A Mother’s Day tribute to my wife’s strength

It was a February morning and I was on the treadmill when Rebecca walked into the room, looked me in the eyes and said, “Terry, it’s cancer.”

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Watch Doctors Explain Why COVID-19 May Be More Dangerous for African Americans

The African American community is facing systemic forces that make them particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 outbreak, two doctors said in a video series TIME is producing with Katie Couric.

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Push To Address Issue Of Diversity In Clinical Trials

The first female crash test dummy was implemented by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2003, and there is still no crash test dummy currently in use that effectively takes into account the biological differences between male and female bodies despite that females make up 50% of the driving population in the U.S., and that a female driver or passenger wearing their seatbelt is 17% more likely to be killed in a crash than a man.

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How To Give Back To The Most Vulnerable Communities On Giving Tuesday

Communities across the country are coming together right now in an unprecedented time of need to help one another meet their basic needs.

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