Curl up on your couch, (P.J.'s always optional ) with your fave cup of tea, and join the most amazing supportive group of ladies who understand what it's like to have had breast cancer and want to enjoy a healthy future without the fear of getting sick again always following you around.
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Getting a BRCA diagnosis is life altering. In one moment you go from believing that your chance of breast cancer is 1 in 8, to now 1 in 2.
I was diagnosed in July 2018, with both breast cancer and the BRCA2 genetic mutation.
What is a Gene?
Each person’s DNA contains the code used...
When it comes to keeping track of cancer, four main categories of statistics are used:
Incidence: How many people have been diagnosed during a specific amount of time
Mortality: How many people die from it
Survival: How many people are alive 5 years after being diagnosed