Powerful information puts stress on recipients of genetic tests

03/19/2007 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

The results of genetic testing for diseases such as colon cancer bring with them a number of emotions ranging from relief to depression to asking, "Why me?" Many patients are concerned if testing finds they do have the gene for a disease and they must inform their families, including telling children of their chance of inheriting the genetic defect.

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