One Woman’s PALB2 Story and Hope that Sharing Her Experiences Will Help Others
Breast cancer had always been very prevalent in Aimee Dinschel’s life.
Breast cancer had always been very prevalent in Aimee Dinschel’s life. So many family members had been impacted — her mother, two sisters, aunts and cousins. It was always something lurking in the back of her mind.
Learning that she had a PALB2 mutation should have felt frightening, but it was actually very empowering because she now had options and measures she could take to reduce her risk of also getting breast cancer.
According to Aimee, there is not as much known about PALB2 and being part of a community, can help you stay up to date on all that is new. Her story is proof that you can learn, empower yourself and help others.