- By Dana Sparks
Sisters Have Same Breast Cancer Risk But Made Different Decisions (pkg)
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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