Li-Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS) is linked to a mutation in the TP53 tumor suppressor gene.

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Dr. Schiffman of Huntsman Cancer Institute explains why elephants don't get cancer- they have more copies of the TP53 tumor suppressor gene. Research on this offers hope to those living LFS with mutations in the TP53 gene. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fannie learned some very powerful lessons from her mother through her breast cancer battles. She learned about self awareness, how to advocate and how she chooses to live despite living with LFS.  Thank you Fannie for sharing your memories of your mother and her strength with us.   My mom never knew she had Li-Fraumeni Syndrome. I was the first one to get genetic testing done. My mom died of breast cancer when I was 21 years old; she was … read more

  My name is Kathy Higgins. I have lost 4 family members to LFS.   KERRY Kerry was first diagnosed with cancer at the age of 12, an osteosarcoma in her thigh. She received chemo and had multiple operations on her leg. Kerry also had several small cancer issues over the years, skin spots on her face and back. She was not diagnosed with LFS at the time because the year was 1995, and LFS was just being discussed. She … read more