Now more than ever, the world is keenly aware of the importance of science and research – not just for COVID-19 but also for diseases like breast and ovarian cancers. We must continue to find new discoveries that provide a brighter future for our mothers, wives, sisters and daughters.
Support HudsonAlpha’s Breakthrough Breast and Ovarian Cancer Research Team
This group of scientists is committed to the goal of using genomic science and HudsonAlpha’s state-of-the-art technology to find new breakthroughs in breast and ovarian cancers. Through collaborations with scientists around the nation, this team is working to find biomarkers that lead to earlier, more accurate diagnoses and new pathways for more effective and targeted treatments. Breast and ovarian cancers are complicated diseases but through the power of genomic science and medicine, HudsonAlpha is working to find answers that make a difference. Each day we strive to find new breakthroughs that will bring health, healing and hope to those around us.
Your support of HudsonAlpha’s breast and ovarian cancer program is vital to continuing to move forward. If you didn’t have a chance to give during the event, you can still give at www.hudsonalpha.org/ttr-give or by texting “GIVE” to 21000.
You can still purchase a gift card in support of HudsonAlpha’s Breast and Ovarian Cancer Program.
For more information about the 2021 Tie the Ribbons, please contact Elizabeth Herrin at [email protected]
Information is Power
Since 2015, HudsonAlpha, in collaboration with Kailos Genetics, has offered a groundbreaking genetic testing program called Information is Power for members of the Huntsville/ Madison County community. This program provides genetic testing for the well-known BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, as well as several dozen other genes linked to breast, ovarian, colon, prostate, pancreatic, and other cancers. To date, more than 5,000 people have taken the genetic test and now have more power over their own health decisions. Thank you to the Russell Hill Cancer Foundation as well as our other community partners and supporters for making this program possible.
Proceeds from the luncheon benefit HudsonAlpha’s breast and ovarian cancer programs, part of the Scientific Advancement Fund.