Inherited Cancer Risk: Knowledge is Power

"Knowledge is power. It’s the best thing you can do for you and your family," says Meg when discussing the importance of genetic counseling for those with a higher chance of Lynch Syndrome or other inherited cancer risks.  As a cancer survivor diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome, she knows better than anyone why it’s important to pay attention to your family history and for those at risk to take advantage of genetic counseling from the experts at the TriHealth Cancer Institute. Watch the video to hear her story and learn more about your potential risk for inherited cancer.

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