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Recent studies -- -- not only in the cases of breast cancer in women in their twenties and thirties.
But women in this age group are also seeing a rise in real lapses as well.
Doctor -- schnabel is the head of breast cancer surgery at New York University -- medical center she says every woman should realize two things lesson number one there's no immunity if there is a problem if you see a change.
Do bring it to medical attention.
Now the next point is that while tomography is a terrific tool.
It's not perfect -- says many younger breast cancer patients.
May have a genetic defects increasing their likelihood for the disease Fox News producer -- Goodman knows this firsthand she was thirty diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer -- only found out after diagnosis she carried this genetic mutation.
My oncologist thought that -- needed to have genetic testing to find out if I was struck a one positive.
Which I was and -- you know we had a family history my father tested positive which explains why no -- my -- had breast cancer.
Schnabel says women in -- position have more facts to consider when dealing with the cancer diagnosis like how it may affect their options to have kids.
At the time that the cancers diagnosed especially for women who are facing chemotherapy.
It's really helpful.
For them to be able to start to think about what.
They can do you.
What their options are to preserve their fertility.
In the future.
Researchers believe there is a need for more younger patients to take place in clinical trials so the health community can better understand the rising cases.
And cancer relapses in these patients.
In New York Laura Ingle Fox News.
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