When mother and daughter have breast cancer, BRCA genes are not always the cause
When a patient is diagnosed with breast cancer, one of the first thoughts may be “is it genetic?”. Passing down a gene that may impact a patient’s loved one in the future is a common fear – but when multiple generations of a family have breast cancer, BRCA may not be the cause.
Learn more about genetic mutations and why they may not always be the cause of breast cancer.
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