Women who test negative for family-specific BRCA2 mutations, but whose family members possess the mutations, may still be at a higher risk for breast ...
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Disclosure of something as personal as having had both breasts removed is quite a daunting decision for many reasons, least of which is fear of being seen as "less of a woman," as even a world-class sex siren felt obligated to note.
By Andrew M. Seaman
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The outlook for breast cancer patients carrying variant versions of the BRCA genes is a...
Growing up with the BRCA mutation looming overhead caused an enormous amount of strife within my family. Everyone approached the possibility of having this gene differently.
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