doctors generally recommend that women with mutations in the age of 40 to remove the breast or remove the ovaries, which can reduce the risk of breast cancer by 80% and the possibility of suffering from other diseases of 77%. But the latest findings from Canadian scientists show that women with mutations in the BRCA1 gene had better be operated on at the age of 35.
according to the British "Daily Mail" reported recently, scientists of 5783 women were investigated, found that women with a mutation in a gene BRCA1 surgery at the age of 35 after the probability of ovarian cancer is five times of surgery women before the age of 35. As a result, Dizon, a spokeswoman for the American Association for the advancement of cancer, suggests that the majority of women, after the discovery of the mutated gene, need to do so quickly to reduce cancer incidence and mortality. read more