- Has been a contributor to LBBC since 2021
- Earned a graduate certificate in health education and communication from St. Joseph’s University in 2023
- Is grateful to use her love of writing to help people and to honor the memory of Sandy Brandt
Stephanie is a contributing writer for LBBC and has worked on content for our website’s medical pages as well as the Blog and News sections.
A seasoned writer and editor, Stephanie’s experience includes roles as a client editor for hospitals and health systems at a custom publishing company, a business trade magazine reporter, and an ad agency copywriter. She recently earned a graduate certificate in health education and communication from St. Joseph’s University.
Stephanie feels grateful for opportunities to use her love of writing to play a part in LBBC’s mission to help connect and educate people impacted by breast cancer – and to honor the memory of Sandy Brandt.
Fact vs. fiction: The truth about genetic testing
Whether you’re at high risk, newly diagnosed, or being treated for breast cancer, you may want to talk with your health care team about genetic testing for inherited mutations. There are several misconceptions people have about genetic testing; here are seven common myths, as well as the facts behind them.