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All cancer is genetic, but not all cancer is inherited.
Much of the future of cancer care is in our genes.
Understanding the complexity of genetic and genomic testing can be daunting for patients.
As part of the cancer risk assessment process, various risk models are run based on a patient’s family and medical history.