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“Over the years the term previvor has been incorporated into the FORCE lexicon.”
“The development and success of the term previvor is just one example of FORCE’s continuing role in uniting and providing a strong voice for families touched by hereditary cancer.”
“Boesky, an associate professor of English at Boston College, calls herself a "previvor," a term for people who don't have cancer but, because of family history, are predisposed to get it.”
“Once Ms. Gessen knows about her errant gene, she becomes a "previvor," someone who doesn't yet have cancer but most likely will -- and though she wants to stave off a decision about surgery until her daughter has stopped nursing, she feels that if she doesn't act, she will become a "professional patient" who will always be ill until proven healthy -- not a way she wants to live.”
“In the documentary, In The Family which will air on PBS on October 1, producer and previvor Joanna Rudnick pointedly questions the high price tag on genetic testing.”
“In 80 minutes, Joanna, a previvor with a BRCA1 mutation, gives a face and voice to our community, addressing the conflict, grief, loss, family dynamics and most of the issues and dilemmas we face.”
“In December 2007, Time Magazine chose “previvor” as #3 of the top buzzwords of 2007 giving millions of people exposure to the term.”
“Use of the term “previvor” has become common, which, in my opinion is good for our community.”
“As a result, FORCE developed and promoted the term “cancer previvor” for “survivor of a predisposition to cancer.””
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