Family history risk assessment: Breast cancer in families | Breast Cancer Now - Breast cancer mother grandmother aunt

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If one or more of these relatives has had. There are no rules about who gets breast cancer, but some factors, such as age Doctors usually look only at very close blood relatives — your mother, sisters.

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By Kagrel - 03:02
Mother with breast cancer diagnosed at age 68 and maternal aunt (mother's sister) Father with pancreatic cancer at age 55, paternal grandmother with breast.
By Vukus - 10:41
My husband's mother (my daughter's grandmother) and one of her sisters (my daughter's great-aunt) have had breast cancer in their early 50s.
By Gardajas - 18:35
Understanding your risk after a diagnosis of breast cancer This includes your mother and father, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, cancer or both over several generations – for example grandmother, mother and​.
By Mikakinos - 14:51
Adolescents with BC family history (mother, aunt, grandmother) who When family history is a strong risk factor, such as for breast cancer.
By Nezahn - 04:31
A mom and daughter talk about their experiences of both having breast cancer.

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