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The Angelina Jolie Guide To Health

  • It’s common for news particulars to 

lead to a short-lived temporary increase in interest in a particular health-affiliated service, but it’s rare for this to have a long-lasting effect. In 2013, in the UK in particular, there has been unknown hype in heritable bone cancer, with Angelina Jolie’s decision to have inheritable testing for the BRCA1 gene. 

  • Jolie has a particular painful history 

with the complaint. Her mom, Marcheline Bertrand, died in 2007 after a times-long battle with ovarian and bone cancer when she was just 56 years old. This cancer killed her grandmother and aunt too.

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  • Angelina Jolie’s mother died of bone 

cancer, and Angelina Jolie carries the BRCA1 gene mutation. She estimated that this gene gave her an 87 percent chance of developing bone cancer and a 50 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer over the course of her lifetime. 

  •  When Angelina Jolie spoke intimately

 of her decision, the “Angelina Jolie Effect” was noted worldwide. This has meant that further women have been tested for the BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, and further women have decided to have precautionary mastectomies to greatly reduce their threat of developing bone cancer. 

  •  Her amenability to be open about her 

history and choices really increased mindfulness and saved lives. The concern has been that some women with a cancer opinion rushed to this surgical decision without completely understanding its implications. 

  • Cancer is still a word that strikes fear

 into people’s hearts, producing a deep sense of incompetence. But at the moment, it’s possible to find out through a blood test whether you’re largely susceptible to bone and ovarian cancer, and also take action. 

  • She also stressed that her decision 

wasn’t stylish for every woman facing advanced cancer pitfalls, and encouraged others to seek stylish treatment for themselves. 

  • Through her own particular

 experience, she realised that care isn’t just about medical treatments, but about the “safety, quality, and support given to women”—whether they are battling cancer or just trying to manage stress—and passionately supported for women around the world. 

  • A check carried out in the USA 

showed that although 75 percent of Americans were apprehensive about Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy, fewer than 10 percent of respondents had the information necessary to directly interpret her threat of developing cancer relative to a woman innocent by the BRCA gene mutation. Better understanding of the Angelina Jolie story wasn’t associated with better mindfulness.

Eleena Wills
Hi, I’m Eleena Wills. Being a writer and blogger, I strive to provide informative and valuable articles to people. With quality, constructive, and well-researched articles, one can make informed choices. I cover a wide range of topics, from home improvement to hair styling and automotive.


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