• By Nicole Schweppe
  • Posted October 12, 2017

My Breast Cancer Journey, Part 1- Your Thoughts are Your Reality

My breast cancer journey started on March 31st, 2017. I sat in the doctor’s office for my follow-up appointment after my lumpectomy. Before the lumpectomy, I was told I had less than a 1% chance of the tumor being cancerous by three different doctors. I sat there and told my doctor about my workout regime and that the incision was a little…

  • By Deepti Babu, MS, CGC
  • Posted April 14, 2017

Ambry Genetics and Leading Academic Researchers Collaborate to Improve Knowledge of Genetic Risk Factors for Breast Cancer

New clinical evidence collected from >65,000 women with breast cancer demonstrates 83% of positive test results are found in genes that impact clinical management Multi-gene germline genetic testing allows for efficient analysis, maximizing risk assessment while minimizing the time needed for results. This has been particularly effective…

  • By Jackie Connor
  • Posted February 16, 2017

Scientific Research Consent Made Easy

Since March 2016, Ambry has been collecting data samples from researchers through the data sharing program AmbryShare, with a goal of improving scientific research aimed at making more tailored treatments and/or cures available to clinicians and their patients. Now anyone can participate in a research study and choose to either submit an e-consent…