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Questions Remain About Genetic Testing for Cancer Risks

Genetic tests to determine cancer risks are increasingly common as medical research is able to pinpoint the threat of specific mutations for individual patients. But the tests also produce many ambiguous results.

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Genetic tests to determine cancer risks are increasingly common as medical research is able to pinpoint the threat of specific mutations for individual patients. But the tests also produce many ambiguous results. (Forbes)

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