If you or your partner carry a BRCA or Lynch Syndrome gene variation, you might be considering how this will impact you starting a family. Join Jo Stanford, Ovarian Cancer Action’s Cancer Prevention Officer for a session devoted to discussing the options and emotions around starting a family with this knowledge, and the fertility treatments available to carriers of BRCA and Lynch syndrome variations. Jo is joined by a BRCA mutation carrier who has begun the process of Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis and can share her experiences.  

Register for the online workshop below. You will be sent instructions on how to join the session. Our staff are here to support you, so please get in touch if you have questions or you are unsure about how to join the session.

You can join our online sessions on your landline, mobile, laptop or iPad. If you are unable to attend the online session but have a question for Jo, or would prefer to ask a question anonymously, you can submit a question here.

This workshop will be provided by Ovarian Cancer Action. Once you have registered, they will be in touch with further information about the session. Any donation made when booking will go to Ovarian Cancer Action.

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