“I Want to Change How the Healthcare System Views Previvors”, Jenny Wikoff

“I Want to Change How the Healthcare System Views Previvors”, Jenny Wikoff

HealthyWomen in the News


Maimah Karmo, Huffington Post Contributor
Publisher, Bliss Magazine; Author, Fearless & CEO, Tigerlily Foundation

“We must invest in educating the medical community about BRCA – beyond the cancer specialists – and raise awareness of BRCA so women get screened and know where to turn if they receive a positive diagnosis.” - Jenny Wikoff

Jenny Wikoff is a 38-year-old mother of two boys, one a 2 ½ year old toddler and the other, an active 5-year old. She is also a full-time working woman, a wife, a daughter and a sister. Jenny loves the outdoors, good food and good music. She is like most young women. Jenny also happens to be a BRCA 2 gene carrier. Which means that she has up to an 80 percent chance of developing breast cancer and up to a-30 percent lifetime risk for an ovarian cancer diagnosis. Jenny is also a fighter. Here’s her story.

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