Genetic Testing

Genetic testing is a rapidly changing area of medicine, and whether or not to undergo genetic testing may not be an easy or straightforward decision. Even if you have already undergone genetic testing, the results may often be confusing to interpret. A genetic counselor is a medical professional that can help answer any questions you have, make sure you have all of the information you need to make a decision that is best for you and your family, and help make sense of genetic testing results.

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Last updated on Jul 19th, 2018