Women and men with a BRCA gene mutation have a greater risk of developing several types of cancer.  Most of those at risk do not know that they carry a BRCA mutation.

The BFOR study provides genetic testing for common BRCA mutations for women and men of Ashkenazi (Eastern European) Jewish ancestry, age 25 or older, in four U.S. metropolitan areas. 95% of American Jews are Ashkenazi.

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