A hole in my genes: a memoir

by Fleming, Jodie

MoshPit, Hazelwood, NSW, 2019

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The memoir of Dr Jodie Fleming, a Clinical and Health Psychologist from Victoria’s Western District. Jodie describes her experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer twice in her 30s – one being hormone receptor positive and the other, triple negative. She was also found to have a BRCA1 gene mutation. Includes a foreword by her McGrath Breast Care Nurse, Rebecca Hay.

Categories: Breast Cancer, Women's Stories

Subjects: Australia, BRCA, familial, Families, genetic, Genetics, hormone receptor positive, Personal experiences, Triple negative breast cancer

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Last Updated: 27 August, 2019 3:38 pm