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  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Know your risk. If one of your parents has a BRCA gene mutation (change), there's a 50% chance you have it too. Talk to your doctor about your own risk for having a BRCA mutation.

  • ReliableRx Pharmacy

    #BRCA facts. Consult your #doctor soon. “Preventing #breast #cancer is not in your hands, early detection is.”

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