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BRCA1 und BRCA2 Genetische Tests: Angelina Jolie hat sich beide Brüste operativ entfernen lassen, um das Brustkrebsrisiko zu minimieren.

 14. Mai 2013 – Der nachfolgende Text ist heute in Spiegel Online Panorama erschienen und hier in unverändertem Wortlaut wiedergegeben. Ähnliche Texte sind heute in allen Print- und Online-Medien weltweit erschienen. Der Artikel macht auf die enorme Tragweite aufmerksam, welche genetisches Testen und die damit verbundene mögliche Offenlegung von ernsthaften gesundheitlichen Risiken für eine einzelne Person haben kann.

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