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The Inheritance: A Conversation with Regina and Gabrielle Brett

The Sound of Ideas
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 9:00 am
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At the age of 23, Gabrielle Brett learned she had a gene that would likely cause her to get breast cancer. Five years later, she didn't have cancer, but she didn't have her breasts, either. She decided for a preventive double mastectomy. Her mother Plain Dealer Columnist Regina Brett writes about it in the Plain Dealer this week. The Brett women and two medical professionals will join us on the Sound of Ideas. You can get your question in early with an email to news@wcpn.org. Join us Wednesday morning at nine on 90.3.


Gabrielle Brett, Program Coordinator, National Cancer Institute, Cancer Information Service
Regina Brett, Columnist, The Plain Dealer
Dr. Georgia Wiesner, Director of the Center for Human Genetics at University Hospitals
Dr. Diane Zuckerman Ph.D, President, National Research Center for Women and Families

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