• By Dana Sparks

Sisters Have Same Breast Cancer Risk But Made Different Decisions (pkg)

October 23, 2013

The risk most women have of getting breast cancer in their lifetime is 12 percent. But if a woman tests positive for one of two known breast cancer genes, that risk shoots up to as high as 80 percent. The sisters in this story both tested positive for a breast cancer gene but chose different ways of responding to the information. That means there are options. Vivien Williams reports. [TRT 1:57 ]

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