Hereditary Breast Cancer

  • Cancer family history:
    • Is the primary driver of genetic testing decisions:
      • But certain single individual phenotypes:
        • Should prompt consideration of genetic testing regardless of the family history, these include:
          • Breast cancer diagnosed before age 45 years (> 10% mutation probability)
          • Male breast cancer (~8% mutation probability)
          • Ovarian cancer (10% to 15% mutation probability)
          • Both primary breast and ovarian cancer (60% to 86% mutation probability)
          • Triple-negative breast cancer diagnosed by age 60 years (15% to 20% mutation probability)
  • Rodrigo Arrangoiz MS, MD, FACS cirujano oncology y cirujano de mamá de Sociedad Quirúrgica S.C en el America British Cowdray Medical Center en la ciudad de Mexico:
    • Es experto en el manejo del cáncer de mama.
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👉Es miembro de la American Society of Breast Surgeons:

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Training:

• General surgery:

• Michigan State University:

• 2004 al 2010

• Surgical Oncology / Head and Neck Surgery / Endocrine Surgery:

• Fox Chase Cancer Center (Filadelfia):

• 2010 al 2012

• Masters in Science (Clinical research for health professionals):

• Drexel University (Filadelfia):

• 2010 al 2012

• Surgical Oncology / Head and Neck Surgery / Endocrine Surgery:

• IFHNOS / Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center:

• 2014 al 2016

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