Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in their lifetime however for those women with a strong family history of breast cancer they may face an even higher risks. Many patients don't know how to identify their own risk factors for breast cancer and even fewer women have good information about current genetic screening options for breast cancer risks. Don't be left in the dark! Find out more at this webinar about what your breast cancer risk factors may be and whether you should ask your doctor about getting genetically screened for this disease.
Please join us for part one of a two part series on the genetics of breast cancer testing. Part one of this series will focus on the difference between genetic and family risks, what a genetic risk factor really means and the type of testing that can be done.