Black women more prone to breast cancer gene

The following is an excerpt.

A new study shows that about 20 percent of black women with breast cancer carry an abnormality on at least one of 18 genes previously linked with breast cancer vulnerability. Researchers note that these findings could help to lead to an improved risk screening for the disease.

Read the full story here: Black Women More Prone to Breast Cancer Gene, Genetic Mutations

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