עמותת ברכה - התמודדות והקטנת הסיכון של סרטן תורשתי                                הסכם ותנאי שימוש                  כל הזכויות שמורות לעמותת ברכה 

עמותה רשומה מספר 580508075 בעלת אישור סעיף 46 לפקודת מס הכנסה              580508075 Registered Israeli non-profit organisation number 
ישראל Israel

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Our Activities

BRACHA is the leading organisation in Israel for providing support and current scientific knowledge on hereditary cancer due to a mutation in the two BRCA genes.

Our vision is to reduce measurably the number of young women who are diagnosed and who pass away from hereditary breast or ovarian cancer as well as reducing all diagnoses from BRCA cancers.

To accomplish this we aim to raise awareness of the benefit of genetic testing to all citizens of Israel, support those who choose to undergo risk reducing operations and surveillance, increase the knowledge of the benefits of genetic testing for those already diagnosed, encourage personalized medicine and support research and development into new methods that will prevent and cure hereditary cancers.

We are whole-heartedly dedicated to our unique community and are very active in achieving our aims through:

 

Support Meetings:

'Knowledge is Power' for newly diagnosed mutation carriers

'Men & mutations' 

 Women with ovarian cancer support meetings

'BRACHA chat' for all the hereditary cancer community

 

Online:

Web site – development & maintenance

Face book international page

Face book support group for women carriers

 

Annual Events:

BRACHA annual medical conference    

BRACHA annual 'Ask the Experts' event     

Raising awareness event    

BRACHA annual run 

 

Raising awareness:

Monthly newsletter to 5000+ members

Advocacy

PR & Media

Lectures to companies & municipalities.

Cancer at the Bar – lectures in pub

 

Two BRACHA travelling art exhibitions

'Previvors Painted' – Tel Aviv, Haifa.

'The Venus Project' – Tel Aviv 2016, London 2017

 

Research and Development:

Surveys    

Data collection and analysis

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