removed if you were predisposed with the cancer gene to avoid cancer? I'm not so sure about this myself, maybe as I got older, but I'm not so sure when I was younger, it's a really hard decision to make. I guess right now I have to thank the LORD I never had to make that decision, yet again, I never had the test. I did have a GR-Mother on my Dad's side with a breast re-moved and a DD with 1/2 her cervix removed pre-cancerious, and that has both been too close to home for me.
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