Beth Y. Karlan

Beth Y. Karlan is a member of Women ’s Cancer Program.[1]

As Karlan progressed in her career, she began to recognize family clusterings in OB-GYN oncology.[2]She also serves as the director of the Gilda Radner Ovarian Detection Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.[3]

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Camille Grammer Recovering After Surgery for Second Cancer Diagnosis: ‘We Found It Early’

In 2013, she was diagnosed with Stage 2 Endometrial Cancer and underwent a radical hysterectomy. She is currently in remission and has dedicated the past few years to spreading awareness about the disease. “Early detection is key,” Grammer wrote on Instagram, captioning a photo of herself at Cedars-Sinai hospital smiling next to her “amazing” surgeon Dr. Beth Karlan. I just feel my responsibility as a cancer survivor to go out there and let people know what the symptoms are for .[4]


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