God damn you BRCA1!!!
It is very early....he was told on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the worst case cancer scenario) that he is a 2. So in his own words it is 'the best bad news'. He has decisions to make on how to treat it and hopefully will make a full recovery. Which is amazing news and in many ways great that having the gene got him monitored in the first place but I am still angry . But over all it re-inforces to me that I have made the right decisions. In months / years time I don't want to be calling my family to say that they have found cancer and I am facing treatment. I want to take that risk away as much as I can. I need to know I have done all I can to stay cancer free.
Roll on 18th September!