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Monitor your risk factors

Do you have a family history of breast or ovarian cancer?


Family history can often determine how at risk you are for diseases. These kinds of cancers can be genetic, meaning that certain genes can predispose you to certain cancers.


With the right preventative measures, you can protect yourself today, before it's too late.

Your health is nothing to take lightly. When you want a dedicated professional to assist you, we're always standing by.

Call today to schedule an appointment!


What is the BRAC gene?

The BRAC gene is one of the most influential genes when it comes to certain cancers. Instead of letting this gene stand in your way, let us help you take the measures you need most.


Want to learn more about the BRAC gene?

What may heighten your risk?

  • Has a woman in your family been diagnosed with breast cancer before age 50?

  • Do you have women in your family with ovarian cancer?

  • Have women in your family been diagnosed with cancer two or more times?

  • Does a woman in your family have the BRAC1 or BRAC2 mutation?