breast cancer

“I recommend that people not get into their head, ‘I need this specific type of test’ from what they read, because it really is a complex decision about what test should be done,” says University of Washington geneticist Robin Bennett.

Anna Kuwada was 24 years old and newly engaged when she tested positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation.

Could mammograms benefit women aged 75 and older? It’s a population are at highest risk for breast cancer—but it's also the least studied, according to Judith A.

 Get The Must List Newsletter 
 Weekly emails with early access to stories, events and occasional sponsored content we think you'll love. 
 Email: 
 First: 
 Last: 
   
 We hate spam. Your email Is safe with us.
Privacy Policy
 

In news you might not have been sure you were waiting for, researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have put to rest the question of whether bra-wearing increases breast cancer risk for postmenopausal women.