It’s Time to BeBRCAware

BeBRCAware provides helpful information to learn more about BRCA mutations and their link to an increased risk of cancer. Whether you or a loved one has cancer, it’s important to understand the disease and its impact on your family.

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What Is BRCA?

BRCA Facts: What You Should Know

Everyone has BRCA genes, but they can be mutated in some people, leading to an increased risk of cancer.

The Facts About BRCA

What BRCA Testing Means

Understand the basics around BRCA testing with information on who should get tested and why.

Why It Matters

Top 5 Myths About BRCA Testing

You may think you know about BRCA, but do you know the truth?

The Common Myths

BRCA Status

I Know My BRCA Status

I Know My BRCA Status

Understanding BRCA Test Results

Know the difference between a positive and negative result—it could have an impact on treatment.

Discover the Difference

BRCA Testing for Family Risk

Having a BRCA mutation can have a serious impact on your family’s risk of developing cancer.

Your Family Could Be at Risk

Submit Your Reason to Test

Tell us the reason why you wanted to get tested.

Share Your Reason

I Don’t Know My BRCA Status

I Don’t Know My BRCA Status

Reasons to Get BRCA Tested

Knowing your status could impact treatment options and inform your family about their risk of developing cancer.

3 Things to Consider

BRCA Stories

Hear the inspirational reasons why others wanted to get BRCA tested.

Find Out Their Reasons

How to Get BRCA Tested

Find out the next steps you need to take to know your BRCA status.

What You Need to Do

Helpful BRCA Resources

Genetic Counseling

Genetic counselors are an essential part of the BRCA testing process. Find out how they can help guide you through the BRCA journey.

Find a Genetic Counselor