I have had a L breast mastectomy...wonder about risk for right. Dont know of I can afford it.
My mother died at the age of 52 ,she had breast cancer,so I would like to know if i carry this gene
Our DNA is as unique as our finger prints no one has the same prints as one another, simple I AM SAYING this as I've took the time to learn about the human body DNA genetics and why our world can clone , go to space, so advanced and yet for 100 yrs cancer is EVERY second person WHY,
Greed and control, sick ppl make rich ppl, and the sooner we all see it for what it is LIES the sooner we all get well. Why is there a cancer law and not a ms law?
While i apreciate every individual is diferent i cant help but feel sad for those that believe that mastectomy will free them from cáncer . Its just not true ! Physical and emocional health play a crucial rolé . Our ability to transformo ur conflictos that life Throws our way is fundamental
my mother died from breast cancer 27 years ago aged 43,i was on a drug trail to help prevent it,i was on it for 3 years,i wouldve still been on it but i lost my 16yo son march last year and he died in waikato hospital and that is where my trial was based so i stopped it....im 51,i want my 3 remaining kids checked for the gene as it skipped a generation with mum,i want both my boobies cut off,just imagine being flatchested never have to worry about a bra....good on angelina
I hope every woman is given the chance to beat this disease with a simple test. Governments should provide this test free to all woman.
Yes,because I lost my Mom when I was 17 yr.and she was only 51 she died of ovarian ca-. And my younger sister passed away from breast cancer at the age of 46.My older Sister has ovarian cancer and is still with me.So I would really like to have it done Thank you!
Bless you & yes it should be done. I so worry about my granddaughters. They have watched their Mommy go thru H.... & back...it is not an easy experience for anyone...parents, children.....i
BTW it would be great if I could honestly say I have some input in this, just sayin'. I think the better half of me is asceard to find out what might lie in her genetic path.
We all need to know oif we have this gene.
There is a maternal risk for breast cancer but I don't want to know if I have the gene..what would I do with the info?Would I have trouble getting health insurance?Would I then have to inform my daughter of the risk?I do self exams and have yearly mammograms and that is enough for me.
She has courage, strong I Admired her for that.