Tag: Lymphoma

ICARE Social Media Post July 2020

Individuals with a First-Degree Relative with Blood Cancer Are at Increased Risk for Blood-Related Cancer

Individuals with a first-degree relative (for example, parent, sibling, or child) with blood cancer, such as lymphoma, have a higher chance of being diagnosed with blood-related cancer (i.e., hematologic malignancy), according to a recent study. The risk to develop certain blood cancers depends on how closely related the relative is (e.g., higher risks for first-degree …

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ICARE Newsletter Summer 2019

New Information About Cancer Risks for Inherited Cancer Genes: BRCA1/2

Looking at pregnancy history and breast cancer risk, a recent study of almost 8,000 women with BRCA1/2 mutations evaluated breast cancer risks related to pregnancy.1 Findings suggested the overall number of pregnancies was not associated with breast cancer risk in BRCA1 carriers; however, BRCA1 carriers with one pregnancy were at higher risk for breast cancer …

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