Our expert says:
The breast cancer with genetic risk is associated with a faulty gene, and it may be worth your while to test for this to see if you really have to worry: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/BRCA
I would not remove all lumps - it may disfigure your breasts - I think you should know what to look out for in a cancerous lump (increasing size, not movable, usually painless, does not wax and wane with your monthly cycle) and monitor the lumps by self examination. A yearly mammogram is usually sufficient - too much radiation is also bad for the breast tissue. Sonars however is fairly safe to do often, if this will give you more peace of mind.
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