Survivors Urge Women To Get Screened For Breast Cancer, Regardless Of BRCA Status
We’ve all heard of the BRCA genes: Mutations in those genes put women at increased risk for breast and ovarian cancer.
But what if your BRCA test is negative, yet many of your relatives have breast cancer? What do you do then?
In picture after picture, four sisters can be seen relaxing on a carefree winter vacation, relaxed and happy. But underneath it all, they all share a potentially life-threatening genetic issue. It came to light 27 years ago when their mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.
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