The New Republic has an excerpt from my chapter on surveillance posted, under the descriptive headline, “Life With the Breast Cancer Gene Is a Hellish Mix of Anxiety and Self-Doubt; I’m poked, prodded, felt up, and scanned—and don’t even know if it will stop the cancer.” 

Read it at The New Republic.

Pandora’s DNA Excerpt in The New Republic
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