Power of Our Genes

Before receiving her positive BRCA1 status, Allison Lynn thought her life was pre-determined anyways. After losing so many of her loved ones to cancer, including her mother at age 12 from ovarian cancer, Allison just assumed it “ran in the family”. While Allison is positive for the mutation, she now has the courage to do something about it.

“Our genes have the power to tell what was predetermined, but we can make a difference in the outcome of our lives with the knowledge they provide.” – Allison Lynn

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One response to “Power of Our Genes

  1. Kim

    What a great blog! Thanks for all your thoughts and your experiences. I am having the one step procedure at the end of the month, and I feel like the count down begins. It is nice to know there are others out there going through all the ups and downs .
    Continue to inspire!

    Kim

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