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Hello everyone I am Sabrina Morris am from Alabama.

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    How did cancer start?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 7 years Answer
  • Laura Gaspard Profile

    Does a family history of breast cancer put someone at a higher risk?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    almost 8 years 2 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      yes a family history of breast or ovarian cancer does put you at higher risk for breast cancer. talk with your doctor to have regular mammograms.

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    • France P Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2012

      I would say that a history indicates a risk of a genetic factor, wich can be a higher risk for having cancer... But that is 2 "if", and there is not only one kind of genetic cancer (BRCA), there are many other possibilities wich I think don't always involve a high risk... Best thing is to talk...

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      I would say that a history indicates a risk of a genetic factor, wich can be a higher risk for having cancer... But that is 2 "if", and there is not only one kind of genetic cancer (BRCA), there are many other possibilities wich I think don't always involve a high risk... Best thing is to talk to a specialist about that...

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    What does Beta Glucan do to stop cancer and how does it work?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
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    How likely am I to get breast cancer if it runs in my family?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    almost 8 years 2 answers
    • Laura Gaspard Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      If you have a grandmother, mother, sister, or daughter who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, this does put you in a higher risk group. Have a baseline mammogram at least five years before the age of breast cancer onset in any close relatives, or starting at age 35. See your physician at any...

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      If you have a grandmother, mother, sister, or daughter who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, this does put you in a higher risk group. Have a baseline mammogram at least five years before the age of breast cancer onset in any close relatives, or starting at age 35. See your physician at any sign of unusual symptoms.

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    • Adrienne private Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 3C Patient

      Also, you can consider getting genetic testing for the brca gene, which puts one at higher risk for breast and ovarian cancer. Some insurance companies pay for the test.

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