A simple blood test can tell you if you have a genetic risk for cancer, but the medical community usually only recommends genetic testing after a cancer diagnosis.
A simple blood test can tell you if you have a genetic risk for cancer, but the medical community usually only recommends genetic testing after a cancer diagnosis. Big Stock Photo
A simple blood test can tell you if you have a genetic risk for cancer, but the medical community usually only recommends genetic testing after a cancer diagnosis. Big Stock Photo

Melinda Henneberger: A belated Mother’s Day gift that could save your life

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