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Women with BRCA gene can address cancer risk through DNA test
Scientist Karen Xavier holds a petri dish containing a sample of small bacteria colonies April 12, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/P. Solomon Banda)
Women who are genetically more likely to develop breast cancer may have some difficult decisions to make, but those with the BRCA gene mutation should approach those choices armed with the proper information, according to a Longstreet Clinic physician.