Cancer is caused at the molecular level by a large variety of genetic alterations that modify cell behaviors, making it a highly diverse disease. While the majority of the genetic alterations that give rise to or contribute to the development of cancer are due to chance, approximately 5% to 10% of these genetic alterations are inherited. Increasingly, genetic testing plays an important role in both detection and treatment.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women that carries a significant chance for loss of life. With the discovery and Continue reading