Genetic Testing for All Older Than 30 Would Prevent Many Ovarian and Breast Cancers, Study Says

Genetic Testing for All Older Than 30 Would Prevent Many Ovarian and Breast Cancers, Study Says
Researchers argue in a new study that all women older than 30 should undergo screening for mutations in established risk genes for breast and ovarian cancer. Such a strategy, they believe, is cost effective and could result in up to 17,000 fewer cases of ovarian cancer, and 64,000 fewer cases of breast cancer, in the

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