Actress Angelina Jolie recently surprised the world when announced she had an elective double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer. By having her genes tested, she learned she is a carrier of BRCA 1, a "faulty" gene that dramatically increases her risk of ovarian and breast cancers.
Hear from pioneering Bay Area doctors who are using gene sequencing as a tool in the fight against cancer. Which cancers are most impacted by advances in gene sequencing? How can you or someone you love benefit? How much does it cost and who pays?