Support

If you’re looking for someone to talk to about genetic testing, you’re not alone. Genetic counselors are healthcare professionals who specialize in genetics and are trained to walk you through all of your options so you can decide what’s best for you. Bright Pink’s Support Community on Facebook can connect you with other women who have faced similar decisions.

Talk to a Genetic Counselor

As you’re making your decision, a genetic counselor can help you sort through the pros and cons so you are fully informed. They’re trained to guide you through the process and are typically available in person, over the phone, or via video. If that seems like a big move, Bright Pink’s Ask a Genetic Counselor resource allows you to submit questions about genetic testing, your personal risk, or how you can be proactive with your health.

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Support From Peers Who Understand

Join Bright Pink’s online support community and get access to information, resources, and personal connections to help you along your individual journey.

FIND OUT MORE

Access one-on-one peer support through Bright Pink’s partnership with Imerman Angels, the leading organization in one-on-one support for cancer survivors, fighters, caregivers, and those at elevated risk of cancer.

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For women at elevated risk, a network of peers offering support and advice can mean the world.

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