Did You Know? You Can be Tested to Find Out If You’re at Risk for Hereditary Breast Cancer

Did you know?

Did you know that you can be tested to find out if you’re at risk for hereditary breast cancer? ACOG Vice President of Advocacy Barbara Levy explains that you should discuss your family history of breast cancer and your screening options with your ob-gyn.

Learn more with ACOG's Resource Overview on Breast Cancer.

See more Breast Cancer Awareness Month videos:

For Women

Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines: Did You Know?
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Breast Cancer Early Detection: Did You Know?

For Providers

Breast Cancer Screening: Did You Know?
Breast Cancer and Genetic Testing: Did You Know?
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