Daybreak has discovered there has been a Jolie effect, as cancer charities report a massive increase in calls about genetic conditions.
Macmillan has told us of a massive 3,000 per cent rise in hits on their website since Angelina made her double mastectomy revelation and the NHS has said that it cannot cope with the number of requests it is getting. This comes as it's reported in America that Angelina is planning to have her ovaries removed.
After the Hollywood star opened up about her condition this week, we meet one family who have a rare genetic condition which gives women a terrifying 85 per cent chance of getting cancer and dying young, with one great grandmother passing away at only 32.
Julie has survived breast cancer and she and her sister have had hysterectomies to cut the risk.
And, when Julie's 14-year-old daughter Antonia fell pregnant she understood why she decided to go ahead with having a baby despite her young age - because she may never get another chance to become a mother.