Kristy Howard-Clark
Kristy Howard-Clark

When men start having their testicles removed because they are afraid that they will get testicular cancer then I will consider having such a test. I do not fix anything that isn't broken.

Cindy Flores Carmona
Cindy Flores Carmona

im so scare of cancer i will do it too

Janet Hill
Janet Hill

should be available to everyone

Fiona Brown
Fiona Brown

I don't think getting a test saying you have some much a percentage of getting it will help because it may never happen and then you've removed healthy tissue but then again it may happen and removing tissue know could be good. But why cause worry about something that may never happen worrying thy may get it cause stress which psychology proves can cause cancer. You should live for now and keep and eye on your body and worry when and if you even need to.

Fiona Brown
Fiona Brown
  • Fiona Brown

However in angelina's her mum and sister have it so its a bit different

Kathleen Murray
Kathleen Murray

Here is my explanation as to why I am not interested in the BRCA cancer risk test: I believe that the human body is dynamic and not static and that the health and vitality of the body depends on how we think, what we feel, what we do and what we ingest. The human body is a series of billions of cells that work together in harmony to stay alive. True, many cells die each day, but then new ones grow. I believe absolutely that many cancers are now curable and have been curable for quite some...

Here is my explanation as to why I am not interested in the BRCA cancer risk test: I believe that the human body is dynamic and not static and that the health and vitality of the body depends on how we think, what we feel, what we do and what we ingest. The human body is a series of billions of cells that work together in harmony to stay alive. True, many cells die each day, but then new ones grow. I believe absolutely that many cancers are now curable and have been curable for quite some time, by "alternative" means that have not been given proper credit.

Sherry L Robertson
Sherry L Robertson
  • Kathleen Murray

Only if detected early.

Heather Dunn-Johnson
Heather Dunn-Johnson

I would love to know if I am at risk and if I was at risk, then I would absolutely follow in Angelina's footsteps!!!
THANKS Angelina for having the courage to bring this news out!!!!!! You may just save lives!!!!

Maria Main
Maria Main

i had the test done and was negative, but i had breast cancer at age 32. so not sure how much this test really works. my mother was 35 when she got breat cancer.

Andrea Nelson
Andrea Nelson
  • Maria Main

I also had the test done, but after i had breast cancer at 33 just to find out basically for my family if i was a gene carrier. I was negitve gene carrier. So if i was in someones shoes who has not had cancer and was thinking of having the test...i don't know if i would have it done. I had to fight to get insurance to cover the 2 thousand dollar bill, and there is no guarentee anything would happen even with the gene.

Charlene Fuller
Charlene Fuller

Of course it's a good thing to do, no brainier.

Charlene Fuller
Charlene Fuller
  • Charlene Fuller

Brainer.

Deirdre Farra
Deirdre Farra

I am very interested however insurance companies, even the best ones will never cover it, I've been there. The sooner we the people who are not wealthy die and get it over with the happier the government will be.

Della Hale
Della Hale

I had breast cancer. I am at an high risk because on my other side of the family we have had 6 women with breast cancer not including me. Each generation has had 1 or 2 female with breast cancer. My Dad mother had breast cancer as well. I took the test but didn't carry the gene. Now go figure that....... My insurance paid for the testing. Each person must do what they feel is best for them. I don't know if we need to go to that type of measures yet. If women would have an mammagram...

I had breast cancer. I am at an high risk because on my other side of the family we have had 6 women with breast cancer not including me. Each generation has had 1 or 2 female with breast cancer. My Dad mother had breast cancer as well. I took the test but didn't carry the gene. Now go figure that....... My insurance paid for the testing. Each person must do what they feel is best for them. I don't know if we need to go to that type of measures yet. If women would have an mammagram done every year that is the another way of cutting this disease down. What if I had taken the test before I was diagnoised with cancer. I didn't carry the gene yet I got breast cancer. My cousin had an double mastectomy yet it can back in other areas. Yes it cuts your chances down but not everyone can afford to do something like this. We need to push for women to stop and have their yearly checkups and know your breast. That is something most women can afford to do. If not there are places that will help them pay for mammograms.

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