Dec 18, 2018 01:21PM Spoonie77 wrote:
I'm in the same boat with you. Had the expanded panel and thought for sure, given all the family history of BC and other cancers in my fam, I would have one at least. I was mentally preparing for a BMX. Thankfully, turned out negative for any known mutations. It was a relief, but also at the same time puzzling.
I'm of the mind, like you, that in a few years when more is known, I wouldn't be surprised to have mine then show a mutation.
- mother BC (over 60)
- sister Ovarian (under 40)
- brother and father Prostate
- paternal aunt BC (under 50)
- paternal cousin BC (under 40)
- lots of other cancers in immediate fam, but as far as I know those were the ones my genetic counselor was the most concerned about