Women Develop BRCA-Related Cancer Earlier Than Their Moms, Study Says

Jessica Denton was 34 years old and pregnant with her first child when she found a lump in her breast. She said her doctor said that it was nothing, that everything grows during pregnancy. After the lump increased in size and became abnormally shaped, she again had it checked out. "I ignored it for about five months," she told ABC News. "It grew so fast and it just didn't feel right. I went to my [obstetrician]. ... That's when we got the diagnosis." Denton, who had not yet had her first...Full Story
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