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Malignancy Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift stated the webinar would provide access to broader personal support for ladies who’ve a genetic threat of breast tumor.org.au, or by calling Tumor Council Helpline 13 11 20. Enquiries about the costs and genetic testing process, the difference between breast cancer genes and assistance on lifestyle changes to reduce the chance of breast tumor were answered. A recording of the webinar is on YouTube now. Women with queries about breast tumor or breast cancer prevention and screening are also invited to contact the Tumor Council Helpline on 13 11 20.. Cancer Council Queensland to host free webinar for women diagnosed with breast cancer genes Cancer Council will next week host a free national webinar for ladies who carry BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 genes for breast malignancy.