If you have any further questions around BRCA gene mutations or hereditary cancers, you can contact The Eve Appeal's specialist information service Ask Eve on 0808 802 0019 – which is free to call from landlines and mobile phones – or get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, you may also find these other sources of support helpful:
The Royal Marsden Hospital
The Royal Marsden Hospital is a specialist cancer centre, whose mission is to make a national and global contribution to cancer research and treatment.
For more comprehensive information about BRCA1/2 mutations, please take a look at their Beginner’s Guide to BRCA1 and BRCA2.
A support organisation, which operates worldwide, bringing together those dealing with a BRCA or other gene mutation, a high risk or hereditary cancer.
For more information visit www.brcaumbrella.ning.com
FORCE is a US-based charity devoted to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
For more information, please visit www.facingourrisk.org
Ovarian Cancer Action
Ovarian Cancer Action have developed a useful online tool – Your BRCA Risk Tool – which aims to indicate your risk of developing ovarian cancer based on a short questionnaire about your family history.
Breast Cancer Care
Breast Cancer Care provides key information and support to people affected by breast cancer – and includes a useful family history risk assessment guide on their website.
Breast Cancer Now
Breast Cancer Now provides an informative family history guide to help you understand what a family history of breast cancer is, and what it means for you and your family.
Pancreatic Cancer UK
Pancreatic Cancer UK provides support for those affected by pancreatic cancer – including dedicated information on familial and hereditary risk, as well as guidance on genetic testing for pancreatic cancer.