You make a terrific point. I was on my subspecialty week of my Ob/Gyn rotation when the “Breeding Out Disease” 60 minutes special came out. During my time in the infertility clinic, I was witness to two PGD discussions in the clinic. Given the growing literature and rapidly changing recommendations, breast cancer might be seen as intimidating. It may seem impossible to stay up to date if you are not a breast cancer specialist. As the CMO of Bright Pink, you create digestible educational material for medical professions and a broader audience. How does Bright Pink work to inform physicians and advocate for patients more effectively? What has been the best response you have received from sharing this work with so many?
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