June 17, 2013
Genetic testing is opening up new doors and helping to allow people to learn their risk of developing breast cancer potentially years before they would ever be diagnosed. The test itself is just simple blood draw, but if the test comes back positive, what are your options, and how do you know what to do with the information?In this week's Martha Jefferson Monday segment we talk with Martha Thomas, a certified genetic counselor, about the variety of options that are available.
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