Removing Both Breasts Wiser for Women Diagnosed With Breast Cancer from BRCA Gene Mutation

Gendron Recheche, #Cancer Women diagnosed with breast cancer caused by a notorious gene have a much better survival chance if they have both breasts removed instead of one, observed a study Wednesday. Out of 100 women with a BRCA gene mutation who have a double mastectomy for early breast cancer, 87 will be alive after 20 years, it said. This compares to 66 of every 100 who opt for a single amputation, according to the research published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). … http://dlvr.it/4vnbCv

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