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Thinking about cancer or dealing with cancer risk can be scary or overwhelming, but we believe that receiving information and resources is comforting, empowering, and lifesaving.

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Privacy & Legal Issues

Learn how to locate medical experts for risk management and long term follow up care.

Overview

Genetic information can refer to family history of a disease or a genetic test result. Genetic discrimination occurs when a person is treated differently because he or she has an inherited disorder or is at risk to develop an inherited disorder. Most concerns about genetic discrimination relate to discrimination by health insurance companies and by employers.