Tag: Blood Cancer
Below you may watch a featured video from the September 2020 Genetics Case Conference, which focused on inherited blood cancers with guest expert Sarah Bannon, MS, CGC from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
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Individuals with a first-degree relative (for example, parent, sibling, or child) with blood cancer, such as lymphoma, have a higher chance of being diagnosed with blood-related cancer (i.e., hematologic malignancy), according to a recent study. The risk to develop certain blood cancers depends on how closely related the relative is (e.g., higher risks for first-degree …
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