Genetic testing for breast cancer

October 21, 2011
Often people are concerned that a diagnosis of cancer in one or more close relatives means that they are at an increased risk for developing cancer themselves.

Nancy Ledbetter, RN, CNS, APNG, an oncology clinical nurse specialist and coordinator of the Providence Cancer Risk Assessment and Prevention Program at the Providence Cancer Center explains how the program works and the decisions that go into genetic testing. Watch the KATU-TV AM Northwest segment.