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Basser Center for BRCA

Director: Domchek, Susan., MD


Our mission is to see a world free of the devastating effects of BRCA-related cancers.

Innovative Research
By advancing genetics research, carriers of BRCA mutations can live longer, healthier lives. The Basser Center continues to establish a far-reaching network of scientists, geneticists, and physicians dedicated to successfully treating BRCA-related cancers, and preventing them altogether.

Education and Genetic Counseling
The Basser Center is a place where families can turn for education and genetic counseling. We are a leader in raising awareness, which is currently the most effective way to save lives and provide options to those affected by a BRCA mutation.

Generous Support
The Basser Center for BRCA was established at Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center in 2012 by Penn alumni Mindy and Jon Gray, whose total giving to the center is $55 million. Their visionary gift grows stronger every day through the commitment of our generous donors and philanthropic partners.



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Last updated: 2021-08-12T14:20:52.521-04:00

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