The availability of molecular information on breast cancer genomics is rapidly expanding. Patients who are newly diagnosed with breast cancer can easily be overwhelmed by volumes of information in a very short period of time. The good news is that all of the information available is meant to guide personal decisions for cancer management so that we use biology and science for real-life choices. Knowledge is power.
Breast Cancer Genomics vs. Genetic Testing
The words “genomics” and “genetic testing” are used in many different settings. For example, genetic testing can be for a variety of purposes including diagnosing illness, mapping ancestral origin, screening embryos for disease, understanding drug metabolism and medication […]