La genetica y la historia familiar
Genetic Mutations and Cancer Risk
Introduction to the genetic mutations of BRCA1 & 2, FAP and HNPCC and associated cancer risk.
No Cancer In Your Family…No Risk For You, Right?
Many people believe that having no one in the family with cancer means they have no cancer risk. However, only 15-20% occur in the setting of a family history and most are not related to family history.
Family History Means I'm at Higher Risk, Right?
We hear so much about family history that it makes people think any family history is a strike against you in terms of cancer risk. In reality, only 15-20% of cancers are related to a family history.
Are you concerned about your risk of developing cancer?
What's My Risk? Is a program designed to help you learn about the factors that increase your cancer risk - and most importantly, what you can do to decrease that risk.
Create your cancer risk profile using What's My Risk?
Preocupado por su cuenta y riesgo de cáncer y cómo reducir su riesgo?
Blogs and Web Chats
OncoLink Blogs give our readers a chance to react to and comment on key cancer news topics and provides a forum for OncoLink Experts and readers to share opinions and learn from each other.
Frente a un nuevo diagnóstico de cáncer o de cambiar el curso de su tratamiento actual? Deje que nuestro personal de enfermería cáncer que ayudan a pasar!