Estimate your breast cancer risk with this genetic test

There are hundreds of SNPs that individually, only increases our risk of breast cancer by a little if present, but when taken collectively, can raise the risk significantly. — TNS

Many of us would probably have heard of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes in association with an increased risk for breast cancer.

According to the US National Breast Cancer Foundation, 55%-65% of women with a mutated BRCA1 gene will develop breast cancer before the age of 70.

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