Basser Center for BRCA Webinars

The Basser Center for BRCA at Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center is the only center in the world solely devoted to BRCA-related cancers. It is a global hub, a place for families to become educated and receive genetic counseling, and simultaneously a center for breakthroughs and discoveries. The Basser Center supports cancer care and BRCA research at every stage, including communication, outreach and risk assessment, prevention, early detection, treatment, clinical trials, and survivorship.

Dr. Edward and Merry Prostic have generously established this webinar series as part of The Elizabeth Prostic Memorial Outreach Program at the Basser Center for BRCA in memory of their daughter, which will provide life-saving information and hope to individuals and families nationwide.

Please select the program date and time of your choice, then complete and submit the registration form as instructed. You will receive a confirmation e-mail that will include log-in instructions.

All programs are approximately 1 hour in duration.

If you have previously registered for a program and are logging in to participate, please click on the program date and time you registered for below to be connected to the webcast.

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You will need a computer with an audio card/speakers to successfully participate in this program.

Basser Center Webinar Archive

June 21, 2018: BRCA Mutations and Pancreatic Cancer: What You Need to Know  

February 12, 2018: BRCA Research Update: Looking Back at 2017 and Plans for the Future 

October 3, 2017: Fertility & Family Planning When You Have a BRCA Mutation

January 17, 2017: BRCA Research Update: Looking Back at 2016 and Plans for the Future

June 9, 2016: The ABCs of Cancer Risk: Understanding What Risk Means for BRCA Mutation Carriers

March 8, 2016: March 8, 2016: BRCA Mutations in Men: What You Need to Know

December 8, 2015: The New Normal: Resources and Skills for Adjusting and Living Well with BRCA

September 29, 2015: BRCA and Young Women: What you Need to Know