Basser Research Center for BRCA

Abramson Cancer Center Events

The Basser Research Center for BRCA is part of Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center, which offers a wide range of educational and supportive events and services aimed at assisting individuals who are diagnosed with or survivors of BRCA-related cancers and their families.

The Abramson Cancer Center also holds events related to cancer and wellness more generally. Browse available programming below. For meeting dates and times, click here.

The Basser Research Center for BRCA in collaboration with Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered also holds quarterly support groups- learn more about Basser Events here for details.

Nutrition from A to Z: Answers to your nutrition and diet questions

Have your questions about healthy eating answered at this regular series at the ACC.

Nutrition and Diet for Prostate Cancer

Learn more about diet and nutrition for prostate cancer at the ACC.

Prostate Cancer Support Group

A support group for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

11th Focus on Gynecologic Cancers Conference

Join the ACC for the 11th conference on Gynecologic cancers.

21st Life After Breast Cancer Conference

Join the ACC for the 21st conference on Life after Breast Cancer

Nutrition and Diet for Breast Cancer

Learn more about diet and nutrition for breast cancer.

Look Good...Feel Better Workshop

A free program of the American Cancer Society that teaches beauty techniques to women who are actively undergoing cancer treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of radiation and chemotherapy.

 

Patients

The Basser Research Center for BRCA website contains up-to-date, expert-reviewed information on BRCA1 and BRCA2 education & support.

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Clinicians & Researchers

The Basser Research Center for BRCA provides grant funding opportunities for researchers working on BRCA1 and BRCA2

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Ways to Give

Philanthropy helps to provide essential resources to support the Center's mission to improve the lives of individuals with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.

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