What is survivor rate for female, age 29, that has had breast cancer two years ago? .Had chemo, double mastectomy, and radiation. She has the brac 1 gene

Depends on the stage. Survival depends on the stage of the cancer.
Prognosis. Prognosis of the breast cancer will depend on the stage of the cancer, the biology of the cancer and treatment received. What is the stage? And what is the molecular type of cancer? Er/pr/her2neu? Also with brca 1 her risk to have ovarian cancer will be significant. It is recommended for her also to have both ovaries, tubes and uterus removed to prevent ovarian cancer. Close surveillance is needed.

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