Study confirms mutation and high breast cancer risk link

woman wearing breast cancer ribbon
A massive global study has confirmed that the risk of developing breast cancer from some relatively rare genetic changes is similar to that from the more common BRCA 1 and 2 mutations.Professor Melissa Southey and Associate Professor Roger Milne from the University of Melbourne led an international collaboration examining genetic mutations in almost 200,000 participants in

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