Skip to main content

Study: More genetic tests needed for high risk women

Many women who are at high risk for breast cancer aren't getting genetic tests because doctors don’t recommend it, a new study found.

X-Ray Technologist Donna Fehl, prepares to scan a patient on a mobile mammogram machine at a clinic in Port Arthur, Texas, Monday, November 11, 2013.

Many women who are at high risk for breast cancer aren't getting genetic tests because doctors don't recommend it, a new study found. (The Washington Post)

Informed voters, strong democracy with your help

Yes, I'll donate today

Explore related story topics