I am so pleased to find your site as there seems to be a lot of international support groups on social media
I am 52, was diagnosed with primary breast cancer in 2015. Had a double mastectomy, 3 nodes were affected and removed, chemo and radiotherapy. I have a high family history of Breast cancer and had the Brca, Pten and Palb2 genetic tests done which came back negative. I was asked to join the 100,000 genome project which was 2 years ago.
In June 2019 I was diagnosed with secondaries in my liver, bones and pancreas.
Two days ago I had my results back from the genome project and found out I have the TP53 mutation. I am waiting for the confirmation letters to give to my son, brother and also my parents to check which side of the family will need to be informed.
This is all new to me and sure I will be asking many questions