New Cancer Drugs Are Showing Great Promise
The results of Denise Nichols's genetic test were both a blessing and a curse. After doctors diagnosed her with advanced ovarian cancer in 2009, Nichols, 54, a nurse from Hamden, Conn., was treated with surgery and chemotherapy and tested for genetic glitches that predispose women to breast and ovarian cancer.
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Since: Feb 09
#1 Sep 12, 2012
im really not sure how i feel about genetic testing, had i known beforehand that the possibility of getting cancer was there, it probably would have just made life much more stressful...
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