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  • ReliableRx Pharmacy

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

  • 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.

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Infographic: Everyone has BRCA genes, but some people have mutations (changes) in these genes which increase their risk for breast and ovarian cancer...

Ashkenazi Jewish Women – You may be at increased risk of having a BRCA gene mutation. Learn the facts about BRCA gene mutations and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer from the CDC.

BRCA stands for breast cancer susceptibility gene. There are two BRCA genes:BRCA1 and BRCA2. Mutations (changes) in BRCA genes increase risk of breast, ovarian, and other cancers.

BRCA 1 breast cancer gene mutation....This is such a good illustration of what I go thru...

Do you have the BRCA gene mutation? Get the facts about the gene and learn about the other risk factors that no one is addressing at www.doctorseibel.com #cancer

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Did you know that individuals with Lynch Syndrome have a 82% risk for colon cancer by age 70 or that they have a 50% risk of passing the mutation on to their children? Share our infographic with family or friends who are at risk and help prevent this killer disease.

Mutation in BRCA Gene and Cancer Probabilty ~ Medical News Trends

Between 1959 and 2010, lung cancer risk for smokers rose dramatically. Among female smokers, risk increased by 10 times and among male smokers, risk doubled. #SGR50

If you have a BRCA1 mutation, your lifetime risk for developing breast cancer is up to 80 percent.

About a year ago, after her mother's death, Bales decided to see if she had inherited one of the BRCA gene mutations that carry a sharply increased risk of breast cancer.