Women with Mutations

Are you at high risk for breast or ovarian cancer? People who are at increased risk have medical options for lowering their risk or detecting cancer early.

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High-Risk Women

People with an inherited mutation in BRCA1, BRCA2, ATM, PALB2, CHEK2 or another gene mutation linked to breast or ovarian cancer, and those with a family history of cancer may benefit from additional information and support. 

We've compiled expert-reviewed resources to help you take steps to protect your own health and the health of your relatives. Click on each topic below to learn more. If you need additional guidance, please sign up for our Peer Navigation ProgramYou are not alone.

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After Testing, Now What?
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Genes and Cancer Risks
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Screening and Prevention Guidelines
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Breast Cancer Screening and Risk Reduction
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Breast Reconstruction or Going Flat After Mastectomy
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Ovarian Cancer Screening and Risk Reduction
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Endometrial Cancer Screening and Risk Reduction
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Sexuality and Intimacy
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Wellbeing and Survivorship
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Fertility and Family Planning
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We offer a variety of options for support from trained volunteers and community members. Virtual and in-person support meetings, community forums and peer navigators assure that you are not alone.


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Sharing Information with Family

These resources can help you prepare to communicate about your health history or genetic test results with relatives.


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Legal Protections

Learn about the laws that protect you from harm and improve your access to health care.


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We provide resources and information to help keep you and your family safe from COVID-19.


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Managing Menopause

We provide information and resources for managing the symptoms and effects of menopause with and without hormones.


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