Plus, there's no evidence of safety concerns linked to long-term use of the drug, researchers say
by kckma on Fri Aug 07, 2015 04:15 AM
I come from families with a lot of cancer. We talked about having children, and I am in my late 30's, but before I do, I'd like to have some genetic screening done to find out any potential problems. I don't know much about this. I don't want to have kids if it's likely they will have cancer. Are the tests they offer these days good at predicting problems? Is it wise to not have children if I have a mutation and bad family history?
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