Genetic Testing Could Tell You A LOT About Your Health
January 1, 2016
Inconclusive results — that is, you show some susceptibility to a condition, but a geneticist can't calculate your exact risk — are common. And even definitive testing can't tell you when a condition will set in or how severe it will be, says Joy Larsen Haidle, of the National Society of Genetic Counselors. Before testing, "Ask yourself, Will I use this information, or will it only make me anxious?"
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