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- Knowing your risk of having a #BRCA gene mutation can save your life! The new #KnowBRCA tool can help http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA
- Knowing your family's #cancer history can help determine your own cancer risk. The new #KnowBRCA tool can help. http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA
- Women of Ashkenazi Jewish descent are about 10x more likely to have a #BRCA gene mutation. Visit http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA to learn more.
- New #KnowBRCA tool can help young women learn their risk for hereditary breast & ovarian #cancer http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA
- Have you seen #KnowBRCA? This tool can help young women learn about #HBOC & assess their risk http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA
- The new #KnowBRCA tool helps young women assess their risk of #HBOC
- Have you heard the term "BRCA" but aren't sure what it means? Find out: http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA #KnowBRCA
- Breast & ovarian #cancer in young women can be hereditary. New #KnowBRCA tool can help you learn more http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA
- Doctors: Help raise awareness about #KnowBRCA tool that helps young women assess their #HBOC risk http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA2
- Doctors: New #KnowBRCA tool can help you & your patients understand their risk of a #BRCA gene mutation http://bit.ly/KnowBRCA2
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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.
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