Five women talk about life after BRAC1 diagnosis

Sophisticated tests can reveal whether people with a family history of breast and ovarian cancer carry a genetic mutation that puts them at high risk of the disease. Yet this knowledge also brings tough decisions, as Angelina Jolie faced recently. Here women who tested positive share their stories

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