Know Your Options When It Comes to Preserving Your FertilityPaige Turner
Ladies, if you have a family history of breast and / or ovarian cancer, it’s important for you to be proactive. Talking to your doctors about the prevalence of these cancers in your family allows your healthcare providers to help you determine whether you too have inherited the risk for cancer.
If steps are taken early, women who have a genetic predisposition for these cancers can take concrete steps to preserve their ability to have children.
Knowledge and spreading awareness really does save lives! Being proactive is a sound strategy in the fight against breast and ovarian cancer!
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