Women with unclear BRCA tests choose to have their ovaries removed

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Many women who receive unclear results about whether they are carriers of the BRCA gene choose to have further ovarian screening and surgeries anyway. The increased screening is not shown to improve treatment and the surgery could be putting women at increased risk for complications and cause them to start menopause early.

View the original article here: Some Women Choose to Have Their Ovaries Removed, Despite Inconclusive Results

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