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Watch: Matthew Knowles reveals how he told Beyoncé and Solange he had breast cancer
In this Feb. Entertainment executive Mathew Knowles has fought off breast cancer via a mastectomy and is planning another because testing uncovered a genetic mutation with potentially life-altering ramifications for himself and his family. If any females have it, their risks increase sharply for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. The mutation, BRCA2, means his children — including Beyonce and Solange — have a 50 percent chance of carrying the gene too.
Beyoncé's dad, Mathew Knowles, reveals that he has breast cancer
The year-old, who was diagnosed about two months ago, was alerted to his condition after noticing a recurring dot of blood on his shirt, which his wife, Gena Avery, also noticed on his sheets. Shortly after that, he had a mammogram and doctors detected a BRCA2 gene mutation, which increases his chances of developing breast cancer and other types of cancer, too. And they handled it like they should. They went and got the test. In a separate personal essay for ABC, Knowles wrote that his past work in the medical division of Xerox in helped him notice the red flag about his condition.
Speaking with Michael Strahan , MK says a red dot that continued to appear on his shirt and sheets is what made him realize something might be wrong Mathew also says he told his immediate family about the news, including his adult daughters, Beyonce and Solange -- whom he says both got tested shortly thereafter. As for him, he had a procedure done and is in treatment now -- Mathew's big point here is early detection, and urges folks to get themselves checked out if they suspect something's up.