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My genetic testing is tomorrow. What can I expect?

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anonymous

Learning About Breast Cancer over 7 years
 
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Blood draw for me and I found out 3 weeks later. I was negative. However, I was at the hospital for about 2 hours because they ask all about my family history. Jayme
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  • Terri Way Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2B Patient
    If it is the BRCA test, it was just a blood draw for me.
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  • julie s Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    Mine was a blood draw... Results 3 weeks later. Test was fine... Waiting sucks.
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • catina duncan Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 3A Patient
    Hey I have genetic testing tomorrow as well and would like to know what to expect.
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Michelle Cannon Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    My BRCA testing was just gargling with scope and spitting in a vial- no blood was drawn. The results came back in about 2 weeks.
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • stef Lo Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    They just drew blood for mine it took about 3 weeks before I got the results ... Good luck
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Tiffani Warila Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    When I had it done it was just a blood draw. They send off the blood to be tested. I found out my results about 3 weeks to a month later. I was also tested for the P-53 gene mutation. (Because I am young, the oncologist wanted to see if I was prone to other types of cancers) I was negative for both BRCA 1&2 and P53
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  • stef Lo Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    They just drew blood for mine it took about 3 weeks before I got the results ... Good luck
    over 7 years Comment Flag

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