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Personal and professional reflections on breast cancer research whilst living with a breast cancer susceptibility gene. Speaker: Professor Emma Wilson at University of Nottingham

Public Lecture: BRCA: when personal and professional lives collide

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Personal and professional reflections on breast cancer research whilst living with a breast cancer susceptibility gene. Speaker: Professor Emma Wilson
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18 May 2023

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As a Professor of Public Health my drive and motivation is to reduce population level health inequalities. One of my areas of interest is in breast cancer (and wider) screening programmes. In 2017 I was told I carry the breast cancer susceptibility gene, BRCA2. This lecture explores my personal reflections on undertaking breast cancer related research whilst also carrying the BRCA2 gene. What I’ve learned, and why it’s been the most rewarding research I have done.


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