Life in Asymmetry: A Hopeful Journey Over the Peaks and Valleys of Genetic Breast Cancer
From the “flatlands” of puberty, across the “boobie mountains” of parenthood, and traversing the “landmines” of genetic breast cancer, Adler illuminates what it means to live with genetic cancer and to be a “previvor.”
In this memoir, Adler looks at the interplay of genetics, personal choice, and chance that shapes our lives and asks us to explore the course of actions we might take when offered a unique glimpse into our possible futures.
In discussion with
Holly Anderson, Executive Director of the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, and Dr. Rachel Farkas, M.D., FACS