It is common for ovarian cancer spreading to Breast and Lung?

Depends. Ovarian cancer encompasses a number of different types of malignancies. Some can and do spread to the lung as well as locally within the abdomen as well as to the brain; others do not do so or only rarely. Still others don't spread to the breast but are associated with breast cancer. Best to speak to your health care provider in order to have a detailed conversation. .

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If breast cancer runs in your family are you more prone to ovarian cancer?

Yes, if gene present. There is a specific gene that can be tested to see if you have a susceptibility to breast, ovarian or colon cancer. Read more...

Does having breast, endometrial, and ovarian cancer in family history increase one's risk of endometriosis?

Endo. Having family history of ovarian, colon and uterine cancer specially if these are first degree relatives will put you at risk for cancer not for endometriosis. I would recommend that you talk to your doctor and ask about a brca genetic testing to see if you are a carrier of the gene associated with these types of cancer. Read more...
Risk for cancer. It definitely, absolutely will increase your risk for certain cancers ( breast-ovarian cancer; perhaps also uterine/colon ca) - that is for sure. However i dont think there is relationship between those cancers to the increase risk for endometriosis. At this time, there is no clinical role for genetic studies for diagnosis or management of endometriosis. Read more...
Risk factors. No, however, there is new data coming out that having endometriosis can put you at a slightly higher risk of developing ovarian (or an ovarian-like) cancer. Read more...

1 great aunt breast [email protected] 71 no other history most women had hysterectomy so don't know if ovarian cancer is issue should I get brac tested?

Personal decision. Your history is not a high risk one. You can ask to have genetic counseling with your breast center to see if your are a good candidate for brca gene testing. You can ask your doctor to run it but unfortunately it is pretty expensive. Check with your doctor. Read more...

What's my likelihood of having the mutated genes if three people in my family have have breast and ovarian cancer? They were my nan and her sisters

High risk. You are definitely at risk and should seek genetic counseling. You should also let us know if you have any older sisters as your siblings. Read more...
Suspicious. It is difficult to tell you odds without having more details regarding your family history but I have to say it is quite suspicious. You can see a specialist in risk assessment and genetics but ideally the test should be done first in affected individuals, preferably the one with ovarian cancer or the youngest to get breast cancer (assuming they are alive). Best to you. Read more...

Can ovarian cancer and breast cancer be hereditary?

Yes, of course. This is one of the classic hereditary cancer syndromes. Sorry, i don't have enough characters to be allowed to give you a full asnwer here, but quoting wikipedia: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/hereditary_breast%e2%80%93ovarian_cancer_syndrome. Read more...

Correlation between breast cancer and ovarian cancer?

SMALL. In 90% of cases there is no correlation. In 10% of cases it may be associated with the hereditary breast ovarian syndrome in which brca 1 & brca 2 mutations are responsable for the increase risk and development of these cancers. Read more...