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Know Your Risk

A person’s genetic makeup is out of your control. However, understanding your genetics, the environment you live and work in along with knowing your family’s health history can be beneficial in lowering your risk of cancer before diagnosis.

Oncologist and Director of the University of Michigan Cancer Genetics Clinic, Elena Stoffel, M.D., shares the ins and outs of when, who and if you should have genetic testing.

Read/download the Understanding Cancer Genetics transcript.

Here’s your checklist: