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Aggressive prostate cancer and hereditary breast cancer. Date: January 9, ; Source: Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas (CNIO); Summary. A family history of certain types of cancer can increase your risk of breast cancer. About percent of women diagnosed have a first-degree female relative (mother, sister or daughter) with breast cancer . Although we don't know exactly why a family history of prostate. Introduction. Familial aggregation is now well established with an increased risk of prostate cancer in patients with a family history of prostate. breast cancer risk was 78% higher than average in women with first-degree relatives who had been diagnosed with breast and prostate cancer; The risk of breast cancer was much higher -- more than double the average risk -- in black women with a first-degree family history of both breast and prostate cancer compared to white women (66% higher. A history of breast cancer in a close male relative (father, brother or uncle) increases your risk of breast cancer. History of prostate cancer. A history of prostate cancer in 1 or more first-degree relatives (father or brother) may also increase a woman's risk of breast cancer. If you've been diagnosed with prostate cancer, your cancer care team will discuss your treatment options with you. It's important to think about the benefits of each treatment option compared to the possible risks and side effects. Treatments for prostate cancer are generally used one at a time.