Please I need help...i want to know the cost of brca gene mutation? And does the test found in all the countaries

Variably expensive. These are very expensive tests and they are not necessary or indicated unless you have a close family history of breast cancer. Even then, having the mutation does not mean that you will definitely have cancer. Better to do annual mammograms and self exams. The tests are available in the US and many other countries but not everywhere and may cost US$2000-4000.

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Can you tell me how I could find the interview I saw about brca gene mutation?

Information's handy. There are plenty of evidence-based sites dealing with the BRCA genes and their mutations. Don't chase down a particular interview. The science is well-established. Be discerning and get with your physician if you feel you need to be tested. Read more...

Can you tell me, are all brca gene mutations hereditary?

Good question. . The answer is no, a small number of patients with early onset breast cancer who carry a bad brca 1 or 2 mutation develop it "de novo", meaning that it started with them (after all, someone has to be the first to have it). Depending at which stage in development it happens, it may affect them to a different degree and may or may not be passed to their children. Some other cancer syndromes.. Read more...
Yes. Women w/ 2+ immediate family members w/ a hx of breast/ovarian CA at 50% chance of developing breast cancer. If you have it, get screened with CA-125 blood test, ultrasound, mammogram/MRI, usually starting at age 30. Surgery after childbearing. Read more...

Are all brca gene mutations hereditary? Can you share some sources?

BRCA mutations. The majority of brca mutations are inherited from your mother or father. There are some which occur de novo(without inheritance). There is considerable information on the website for myriad- this is the company which has been doing the commercial testing in the usa. Read more...
Hereditary cancer. Women w/ 2+ immediate family members w/ a hx of breast/ovarian CA at 50% chance of developing breast cancer. If you have it, get screened with CA-125 blood test, ultrasound, mammogram/MRI, usually starting at age 30. Surgery after childbearing. Read more...