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Know:BRCA Resources

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Understand your risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Use the know b r c a online tool. Learn about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and your risk for having a b r c a gene mutation.

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Help protect your patients from hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Use the know b r c a online tool. Find out more about b r c a gene mutations and how to counsel your patients.

 

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About 9,000 women under 40 years old are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the U.S. Two genes influence risk for breast cancer: BRCA1 and BRCA2. The new Know:BRCA tool can help you assess your risk of having a BRCA gene mutation.

Breast Cancer in Young Women Fact Sheet

Breast Cancer in Young Women Fact Sheet

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