What you Need to Know About BRCA Gene Testing

The average woman has one-in-eight odds of developing breast cancer. But the risk for women with the BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutation is higher – up to five times higher. If breast or ovarian cancer runs in your family, genetic testing can empower you with potentially life-saving information. Now, CDI explores your options and offers a 4-step checklist for staying healthy: