Masked Singer’s judge Rita Ora has stated that after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was concerned about diagnosing the disease itself

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The 30-year-old hitmaker has voiced her concerns about the disease after her mother Vera Sahatciu was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005

The Masked Singer judge contemplated getting tested to see if she was a carrier of the disease and urged women to check their breasts to make sure they see their GP if they are in one Notice new interview clumps or changes

Rita said to The Sun, “I see these things say, check yourself for lumps, but my mom didn’t have a lump, she was in a lot of pain, and she still went and got checked”

I did the BRCA test (the hereditary breast cancer test) and the genetic test myself and luckily I don’t have the gene

The For You singer added: â ???? But I still do regular genetic checks in my family before my mother had a history of breast cancer, but she got it anyway “

She also openly shared that she was very concerned about being diagnosed with breast cancer in her twenties, adding that her response to pain in the area was heightened

Rita said, “I don’t know if it’s on my head but it can be a case of a little heartburn and I’m like,” What is it? a ???? a ????

Vera – a psychiatrist who works for the NHS – had a mastectomy after being diagnosed in 2005

She bravely said, “I had breast cancer myself at the age of 39 and my children were small. My son was only seven years old

“It was really difficult and moving to another country where I couldn’t speak English at all. At home, I was a general practitioner and had a wonderful career”

She said, “The journey I had was really tough. At a young age, treatment tends to be more rigorous and longer

“When the diagnosis is younger, the treatment becomes more intense and comprehensive I had chemotherapy and radiation therapy and a mastectomy”

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