Surviving Lynch Syndrome

Surviving Lynch Syndrome

In 2011, at age 40, Jill Chang began having abnormal vaginal bleeding, and was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. She was treated with surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. While she was at one of her medical appointments for this cancer, Chang noticed a poster on the wall about a hereditary condition called Lynch Syndrome, which can be caused by a genetic mutation that is passed down from parents to children. Read about Jill’s cancer journey here.

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