A study finds genes affect your risk of getting cancer not only a first time, but also a second. Our expert explains.
Our DNA is like an encyclopedia containing multiple volumes of genes. Certain genes are responsible for finding errors in these volumes and fixing them. When genes mutate, errors build up, and disease often follows. But what happens when the light we use to read the encyclopedia goes out? We can’t read in the dark. That’s … Read More
Do your genes put you at risk for breast cancer? Our experts discuss.