Cautious & Cancer-Free

It's been said for centuries that knowledge is power. Well, while it's not said nearly as much, knowledge can also be scary. Jenny Marsh learned that in 2018 during a routine visit with her gynecologist. After counting up family members who had experienced cancer, almost filling up both hands, her doctor handed her a genetic screening kit. This kit held knowledge and power. This kit could provide her with knowledge and power. Yet in the meantime, Jenny only held hesitation and fear. After putting it off for over a month, she decided to complete the kit and send it in. A few weeks later, she learned she tested positive for the BCRA2 gene. Testing positive for the BCRA2 breast cancer gene (or

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