What's This About?
Gene sequencing is a process that essentially breaks up DNA to find mutations or variants in genes. The results produce data that may lead to causes of cancer and new treatments. Cancer patients and their medical providers should have this data.
How to take action
The staff at cancerbeast.com only ask that you talk it up, get into discussions and read more about it. Bring it out in the open, most people don’t know about sequencing. After doing that, if you decide to help, its important to send letters of support and volunteer your tissue so researchers have more to work with.Cancerbeast.com lays out five action steps (they call them RALLY steps) to guide you. Please go to the website home page and visit each letter in the word rally to learn more. R = Refer cancerbeast.com to your family and friends. A = Ask your doctor if gene sequencing is right for you. L = Link and learn about gene sequencing. L = Letters to congress will help. Y = Your tissue is needed for research.
Please note that the members and/or staff at both Cancer Beast LLC and cancerbeast.com are not medical professionals nor legal experts and cannot give medical or legal advice. Always check with your medical provider and attorney before you make these decisions.