Breast cancer tests for kids?

Should children get tests for a gene linked to breast cancer? That's the question now haunting some parents. While most experts say that testing isn't necessary until age 25 or older, other studies suggest that earlier tests do see some benefit, with some teens, for example, deciding to stop smoking. Article

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