Everyone has BRCA genes, but they can be mutated in some people, leading to an increased risk of cancer.The Facts About BRCA
Understand the basics of BRCA testing from helpful information and a video explaining what a BRCA mutation is, who should get tested for it, and why.Watch the Video
You may think you know about BRCA, but do you know the truth?The Common Myths
Know the difference between a positive and a negative result.Discover the Difference
BRCA mutations can have a serious impact on your family’s risk of developing cancer.Your Family Could Be at Risk
If you’ve already been BRCA tested, share your experience with others.Help Others
Knowing your status could impact treatment options and inform your family about their risk of developing cancer.Three Things to Consider
Hear the inspirational reasons why others wanted to get BRCA tested.Find Out Their Reasons
Find out the next steps you need to take to know your BRCA status.What You Need to Do
BRCA mutations can increase your risk of developing ovarian and breast cancer. Find information about each disease and how having a mutation could impact your treatment options.
Support and encourage patients battling ovarian and breast cancer by joining the beBRCAware community on social media. Use the hashtag #beBRCAware to raise awareness and empower others.
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Genetic counselors are an essential part of the BRCA testing process. Find out how they can help guide you through the BRCA testing journey.