Eating Pomegranates: A Memoir of Mothers, Daughters, and the BRCA Gene

Eating Pomegranates: A Memoir of Mothers, Daughters, and the BRCA Gene
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An intensely potent and emotional memory about genetics, mortality, family members, femininity, and the Battle of the author of a cancer right after a grief of losing her mother to cancer when Sarah Gabriel was a teenager, she had learned to appreciate the “charm of basic happiness.” With a career as a journalist, a house in Oxford, England, a man and two young daughters, she was pleased. But then, at the age of forty-four years, she been diagnosed with breast cancer outcomes of M18T, a mutation in the gene BRCA1, which had killed his mother and countless female ancestors. Eating Pomegranates are history outspoken and incredibly intimate Gabriel becoming forced to admit that Although you can try to overcome the loss of a parent, you can in no way escape your genetic heritage. Who are diagnosed with the very same illness that killed his mother Gabriel forced to write this story. In their struggle to survive Does stiffness in his treatments and think that the effects of a microscope CEIP Consuming Pomegranates: A Memoir of Mothers, Daughters, and the BRCA Gene

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