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  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

    Everyone has #BRCA genes, but some people have mutations (changes) in these genes which increase their risk for breast and ovarian cancer. Find out your family history of breast and ovarian cancer, then talk to your doctor about your own risks for these diseases.

  • kerry martin

    My mother had ovarian cancer w/ a BRCA mutation. Got my genetic testing last year. Stressful - but so glad to know that I am mutation free!

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